After 3 years, an update on how I'm doing things with these conceptual photographs
It's my annual December holiday. A wall of heat exits outside the house - it's 34℃ today. I'm lounging in a cool spot and drinking ice tea. A smidgen of creativity nudges me in the heat. Hey, how about a Six-word story? Great idea! I haven't done any for a while. Then I remembered the Saturday … Continue reading Two for Six Word Saturday
I love using my crystal ball for photos. They don't always work out, but when they do, I'm really happy with the way they show the world. Here's some I've done in the past. I also love six word stories, you can read some of my other posts with them! And a combination of both … Continue reading Six word stories in crystal ball shots
It has been such a week. On one hand it felt like October would never end, but on the other, it went in a flash. The flexible nature of time, I suppose. I have had no time to write any posts or take photos, even though there are loads of good challenges happening. So, I thought I'd do one post with multiple challenges for this week.
Inspired by Hemingway's famous six-word tale "For sale: baby shoes, never worn,” the "six word story" has served as a prompt for both writers and photographers for a long time now. On the 365 photo project site, one of the ongoing challenges is the six word story challenge. I do love flowers in all their stages, … Continue reading Fading beauty in six word stories
Another in my occasional six word story series, this time about crispy autumn leaves