Eyes and Ears – Friday Fictioneers

 

Photo prompt Shaktiki Sharma

 “We lose a few, but most of them can do their job without any interruption,” Arthur explained, and I could see why he was so proud of his creation.

It’s the perfect disguise; people don’t bother with an insect that size, they just leave it alone. It can sit there for ours and spy on everything until we get the information we need.

Modern technology has made our life so much easier.

We have eyes and ears in every house since years, and now finally we can monitor the backyards as well.

“Brilliant,” and they thought drones were the problem.

(Word Count: 100)


Friday Fictioneers is held by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. It’s a highly addictive photography challenge, check it out but don’t say I didn’t warn you. 🙂

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36 thoughts on “Eyes and Ears – Friday Fictioneers

  1. I wonder how many they lose as fish bait. When I was a boy, we used to catch grasshoppers all the time. We used to have thousands of them. Today, I only see a few each summer. It makes me wonder what man did to the environment that impacted their numbers. Clever story.

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