Peek On a recent trip to Lisbon, Portugal, we walked down a side street and spotted this interesting washing line, dangling above a restaurant sign. I wasn't aware of the shadows until I downloaded the photo and how the shadows of the garments draw in the eye, to the original articles. I unwittingly gained a … Continue reading Peek: Biggish smalls
Street Art, San Franscisco, USA. The murals are large-scale and they convey powerful social and political messages that encourage you to 'stop, look up and listen,' and perhaps even change your perspective. Scale
via Photo Challenge: Ooh, Shiny! (There seems to have been a glitch and my original writing accompanying the photograph has disappeared. I will try to re-write it from memory but it is not easy trying to recreate spontaneity.) Photographs used in iconic posters have made a lasting impression on me. We used to … Continue reading Shiny…and not so much.
via Daily Prompt: Trance With the Daily Prompt, sometimes the suggested word floats around for a few days before landing on an idea. Sometimes I go with the first theme that pops up. Trance took me immediately to how I feel when I write. It is a journey in a time-machine of the mind, crossed … Continue reading Trance
via Photo Challenge: Elemental Elemental is a profound word that conjures up so many images. I found this set of my photographs taken on a road trip in 2010, around the west coast of America. The stone sculpture was sitting amongst fragments of rock weathered by the elements over millennia. The roadside shot was taken during … Continue reading Elemental Art, Erosion and Recycling