WordPress Photo Challenge : Today I Phoneagraphy 4 Windows Tell the Story

The more I played with the curtains and slice of view, the more they morphed into a drawing.There is a story here of calm anticipation, knowing that a surprise awaits and welcoming it into the heart.

About unsouthernbelle

I am a native New Yorker , transplanted to Memphis, who is a photographer, teacher, and wanderer. I am inspired by the beauty and stories that resonate from abandoned places and found objects. View all posts by unsouthernbelle

7 responses to “WordPress Photo Challenge : Today I Phoneagraphy 4 Windows Tell the Story

  • melodylowes

    I would love to write a poem for this image – it has so much that could be explored. What do you think? I would of course post a link to your site and give you full credit for its use. Let me know what you think about that…

    • unsouthernbelle

      That’s very flattering! Which image are you considering?I’d love to see what you create. Thank you for suggesting it.

      • melodylowes

        That window is crying out for its story to be told! If you give me your permission, I’ll start right away. I may not post it for a day or two since my drafts folder is full to the brim with pieces ready to be published – but I would let you know when I post it if you like. Thank you!

      • unsouthernbelle

        That’s great! I’d love to read it ! I think it’s great that you are so prolific. I’m getting ready for a road trip next week and hope to encounter some special places.I’ll keep up with things as I’m traveling. Thank you for sharing your creativity. I write poetry but lately I seem to be consumed with photography. I think I’ve only published 2 or 3 poems on my blog. Have fun!

      • melodylowes

        Thanks! And keep snapping – creativity breeds creativity. I’ve tried a handful of these ‘borrowed’ images now and I love the collaboration it involves!

      • unsouthernbelle

        I’m looking forward to it!

      • melodylowes

        Oh oh – the pressure, the pressure… 🙂 I’ll keep you posted.

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