Post, photos copyright by Doris McCraw
This is an extra post this month. I thought instead of my usual post, I would share some photographs and give you some options for writing thoughts, stories, or poetry. It would be great if you would share a sentence or two about a favorite posted photo. Now, as the say, on with the show.
1. The ice-covered forest…..
2. What a tangled web….
1. The gate had stood for many years, to keep them out or…
2. The blue sky drew them like nothing else, even bars couldn’t contain…
1. A resting place or place of rest
2. The shadows cast were not their own
This one I leave to your imagination.
There are so many wonderful images in the world around us if we take the time to see. I have a camera most of the time to capture pieces of the world. They in turn feed my creativity. Many a haiku and short story has come from seeing a headstone, the color of a flower or a person walking alone.
My short story “A Home For His Heart” came to fruition from a photo I took while wandering the high country. In fact it ended up as the background for the cover of the book. Below is the photo in its entirety.
Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend. Rest, relax and count the blessings we have been given. Until next time…HAPPY WRITING!
HOME FOR HIS HEART by Doris McCraw, available on:
Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords
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“Film & Photography on the Front Range” : the stories of the people who made film and photograph history on the Colorado Front Range. You can buy online at: http://www.amazon.com