Really, you have to click on this photograph and peer at it to see just how beautiful it is. The photograph is by Jon Hill and he says that “This is a highly processed picture of the reflection of a … Continue reading
I was pointed in the direction of this by photographer, Jon Hill, and you can find out more about it here. Something to aspire to. I’d love to create a character that leapt off the page like this.
If there was ever a photograph that could inspire a writer to describe things in multi-sensory detail this has got to be it. This is a ceramic, painted on a wall in Manchester in the UK. It’s fabulous, but look … Continue reading
What is she thinking about, I wonder?
LOVE THIS ONE!! I keep thinking I shouldn’t have too many black and white photo prompts but this one is too perfect. Makes me want to write 🙂
A prompt about character maybe? I’m looking at this Japanese mask from the British Museum as a kind of blank canvas. Another cool photograph from Jon Hill 🙂
What makes a good story? Great writing, intriguing characters, screaming tension, conflict? All of these things. But where to start? This photograph is split almost in two. On one side we see broken windows and a pile of discarded dials … Continue reading
I love this! I love the colour and the movement and its perfect clarity. For me this has everything I want from a story – drama, beauty, action, insight, tension and change. Another great image from photographer Jon Hill 🙂
Another great photograph from Jon Hill. I can’t get the image to show up big on wordpress, but if you click on it you can really see the detail. Wonderful. I love the lines on this sculpture and the debris … Continue reading
I feel like I could stare at this for hours. How many stories are going on in those buildings and streets? It reminds me of London, but it’s Osaka. I’ve never been there, but I don’t think you have to … Continue reading