99 Visual Prompts
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The Power of Visual Prompts
Visual prompts. Our images aim to be an inspiration for adults when they face the all too common question, "What to write about today?". After an extensive research, Mynlo is the only online journal offering an image library for this purpose. Even if you consider the whole internet we could find only one more source which offers this kind of service to adults. This is the link to it, a tumblr blog https://visualwritingprompts2.tumblr.com/ in which you can find some interesting images. There are some websites which offer visual prompts for students and children, but they push the writers into some specific direction. We didn't like it.
Picture prompts are the equivalent to text prompts or quote prompts, just without words. Pictures allow for a broader meaning. An image showing someone fishing, could evoke a memory of your last fishing trip and what special happened. It could also be a cue for your mind to remind you about the big contract you fished, or the girl or whatever you associate with fishing. This is just an example and the images chosen provide a good mix of any life area.
How to use them?
Right click on the image of your desire, copy the URL and login into Mynlo. Paste the image with ctrl + V (for windows) or Command + V (for Mac) into the text editor. Maybe you will need to move the cursor with the right arrow one place forward so that it will be positioned at the right side of the image and then hit enter to be able to write.
You can choose to use the library just for inspiration and compile your own prompt out of the image without going the way of copy pasting it. You can also combine two images to create a good prompt for yourself. Our mind is working in mysterious ways. We wish you fun, and hope you will have a great experience.
Let us know in the comment section, which image you used or if you have some other image in mind that we could add to this library. We are looking to expand it over time, to make the writing experience for you easier.
Images courtesy of Pexels.com