'Rainy Days 1 and 2' (colour and black and white flipped variants) was shot through the windscreen of my car.
I loved the way the rainwater flowed down unevenly creating an unsettling runny, greasy effect.
I used filters to change and enhance the colouring of the house across the road which gave the sky/clouds a sense of menace and perhaps produced that old 'haunted' feeling.
Keith Nunes (New Zealand) was nominated for the Best Small Fictions 2019, the Pushcart Prize and won the 2017 Flash Frontier Short Fiction Writing Award. He’s had poetry, haiku, short fiction, Asemic Writing and Foto-Poetry published around the globe.