Snapshot Stories.

Open the first photo album you can find — real or virtual, your call — and stop at the first picture of yourself you see there . Tell us the story of that photo.

This one is a better prompt than the one that asked us to Google-search a random word and write something on the seventh picture that we see. This one won’t land us in any legal problem. Although, my picture might put me in trouble, but I do not think my parents would care of a mischief that was done years ago at our hometown.

Well, it did include my granpa’s single barrel shotgun from his service days in the Army. But in my defence the gun was old, empty and no one was around. Also, we had a camera and we did what any sane teenager would have done – play with the gun.

What?? No!!

More like pose with the gun. This is the first picture of me – posing in front of the stables with the gun- it is from my first virtual-album in my first folder. Cool… ain’t it?

Agreed, I have no clue of what I am doing, but my bro took a good shot (no pun intended).


No, violence is never ok. Yes, taking pictures is always okay, even when you are making the mistake of creating a permanent proof of your naughty deeds 😛