By S. J. Brown We all have favorite things, that special gift from long ago, or a place with fond memories. Sometimes our favorite is a sentence that just glides off the tongue and completes a thought. After every photo trip Jay asks me what my favorite part of the trip was. Generally it is … Continue reading Picking Favorites
By S. J. Brown Writers paint a picture with their words while photographers create pictures that are worth 1000 words. Writers and photographers have a lot of things in common. Both share their passion with others, and both agonize over their craft. When putting together a proposal a writer looks for just the right … Continue reading The Image of Writing
By S. J. Brown Wildlife photographers have been getting a bit of extra exposure lately through television commercials and also after a biting letter to some individuals who are occupying a wildlife refuge. I would like to join the ranks of those photographers who have shared what it is really like to photograph wildlife. Yes … Continue reading That Extra Mile
By Neva Bodin We spent 8 days in the Rocky Mountains last week in a place called Sunlight Basin. I still carry the wonder of the rock giants that guard the lush valley and burbling mountain creek in my soul. “Mountain Majesty” are two words that not only go beautifully together in the song, America … Continue reading Sunlight Basin
posted by Kathy Waller *** I have never started a poem yet whose end I knew. Writing a poem is discovering. ~ Robert Frost I have never started a post yet whose end I knew. Or a story. Or a novel. Or an essay. Or . . . ~ Kathy Waller … Continue reading The Tale of Mervyn and LeRoy or, What Price Story?