SPF: Wrong generation


Photo courtesy of LL Jones

It was the first day of her holiday and Vicky wanted to do everything her grandchild, Marnie, had told her to. She wore the sunglasses that had been picked out for her and then pulled out the contraption that her grandchild had told her was an iPhone. Doing everything she was told, Vicky was ready to take her first-ever selfie.

When she lined it up, all she could see was the reflection of herself looking into the phone which was reflected again and again in some kind of endless motion.

Surely her granddaughter would not have pointed towards something that would make fun of her? She decided no and before she could change her mind, clicked send to Instagram.


This story was written for Sunday photo fiction

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