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I have just pinched this picture off Facebook from my cousin Callum Scott. It is the Wallace Monument in Stirling. It looks so evocative of times gone by, but he took the photograph yesterday. Very cool.
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.
I came across this photograph by Rudi van den Heever at Photobotos photography site. Don’t you think Moby Dick would have been so much more enjoyable to read if it had been about elephants? Or is that just me? One … Continue reading
His name is Dominic. My son is now 11. Love the fact that instead of picking him up, his father took this photograph. If you are looking for emotional truth in writing, try capturing some of the genuine emotion on … Continue reading
This one was found by Zoe at Timeline photos on Facebook. There are some really beautiful and inspiring photos there. Love these two women’s laughter. And their ears.
Not only a great photo prompt (I think!) but also a festive diy suggestion from dushonok.com I particularly like the diamond cut from the woman’s eye. Don’t ask me why… I just do.
‘I followed my children into the undergrowth…’ These are the words and work of the photographer W. Eugene Smith who I have just discovered. If I ever feel I have writer’s block or am stuck for a story idea, I’m … Continue reading
This one’s about trying to come at a subject from a different angle. I think this photo might work as a prompt on many levels. It provokes questions. What does the picture in the frame actually look like? Who takes … Continue reading