Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Wordless Wednesday #1: Magic?

Magician at Pike Place Market in Seattle, 2010. ©Susan Bearman @Two Kinds of People
Welcome to the first edition of Wordless Wednesday, Two-Kinds-of-People-style. Each week, I'll post a photo and ask you to comment on what Two Kinds of People ideas it inspires. (Start with "There are two kinds of people in the world: …", then finish that thought based on the photo.)

I also invite you to use the photo as a writing prompt. Take it and run with it. Write something creative and link back to this post. Feel free to repost the photo (just add my copyright ©Susan Bearman @Two Kinds of People). If you want to know more about the picture, ask.

Full disclosure: the idea came from two of my favorite inspiration blogs:

Strangling My Muse by Sandy Ackers
Leaving the Zip Code by Amy Zimmerman

If you want more visual inspiration and haven't yet visited Pinterest, check it out (but only if you have lots of free time). Have fun.

8 comments:

ChaiLicious said...

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who get lost in life's hustle, and those who hustle right back!

Susan Bearman said...

Great!

Catherine Stine said...

Clowns 'n' cons.
(well, not really, but it fits the pic and it sounds good together)

Susan Bearman said...

Catherine, it does sound good together.

Margot said...

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who keep time with a pocket watch and those who depend on their phone.

Susan Bearman said...

Margot, I did wonder if he really had a pocket watch at the end of that fob, or whether it was just another illusion. It's so rare to see a real watch any more, although my 15-year-old wears one every day to school.

Cindy Brown said...

Jim lost his insurance job a year ago and was forced to hit the streets with his childhood hobby in an attempt to make money for the family. Although he didn't make much actual cash, at least he was able to put supper on the table every night with the "pull a rabbit out of the hat" trick.

Susan Bearman said...

Wow, Cindy, that's a pretty good trick! Thanks for playing.