Five Card Story: Life as a photographer.

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a Five Card Flickr story by Michael Keyes created Nov 19 2023, 08:49:28 pm. Create a new one!

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Exposition (Setting, Characters, Mood): It was a regular Sunday afternoon. Eddie, who is a professional photographer, was ready for his afternoon bike ride.
Rising Action (events that lead to climax): After biking for 30 minutes, Eddie enters a small town. He takes out his camera from his backpack and hangs it from his neck, while he glances at the buildings. He stops. A green building catches his eye, grabs his camera and starts taking photos. He says to himself, "I must get closer, the quality is to blurry from here," and continues riding.
Climax (highest point of tension in story): Finally, he arrives at what he believes is a church. After admiring it for quite some time, he hops off his bike and captures a perfect photo of it.
Falling Action (events that lead to the resolution): As Eddie strolls threw this little town he comes across this apartment/store plaza, and once again captures remarkable photos. As he sets his bike at the bike rack, he walks through the plaza, visits some stores and says to himself, "Man, am I getting hungry. I wonder if there is any cafes or little restaurants around."
Resolution (how the story ends): Soon enough, Eddie found a little café. He ordered a light snack before hitting the road and couldn't wait to get back to his house and look over all the photos he took.

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