rough outline (hidden mapping)

another rough outline... this journey will take me a long while...

another rough outline… this journey will take me a long while…

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This is my only entry for this week’s Creativity Carnival for this prompt within the timescale before the next prompt is announced.

Journeying this week finds me a bit lost at sea…(blogging & domestic priorities, not literally travelling…)

and I’ve a lot of digging to do to uncover any hope of treasure if there … so whatever’s waiting for me

beneath that X marks the spot, is probably something and nothing… will ‘it’ ever see the light of day?

Can I even find my way there with a map like this?… besides, the cartographer had their eyes closed while marking that ‘X’…

 

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4 thoughts on “rough outline (hidden mapping)

    • That’s incredibly kind of you 🙂 thank you. I hope I can make it myself, just finishing blogging101 this weekend so should have all the info I need to manage that. I appreciate your offer of support though 😀 If I get stuck I’ll shout a stuck tweet or something but fingers crossed it should be straight-forward. By the way, I learnt better what’s meant by ‘visual identity’ and ‘branding’ visiting your blog and seeing the consistency across platforms, really helped those concepts make sense. I very much appreciate the links you’ve shared to me too. I’ll catch up with your #Drawing August soon, a day or two behind browsing twitter…cheers 🙂

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  1. A Treasure-hunt with an incorrect map! I shudder to imagine the outcome. This idea has potential of evolving into a story. Are you planning to write one? Thanks for participating 🙂 I like your fresh take on the challenge.

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    • Aah but we don’t actually know it’s inaccurate! No idea of scale or anything. If the island’s as big as the chest…it wouldn’t be an X as big as the map or it’d appear crossed out and THEN we’d have what appears to be an inaccurate map! and is it land or sea… or just a puddle in a neughbour’s lawn…? Such a mystery!
      (Did I pitch a story? For the bell, maybe. Current rate of processing & commitments could be twice as long for that one than I thought. I might..eventually tho.)

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