A bit ago, I found something in the blog on Writing Without Paper. An event, activity, called One Shoot Sunday. Anyone interested can read the full and requested directions there. Part was to credit the Photographer:
This week’s One Shoot takes us to the Isles with English Photographer Fee Easton. Though a self-described “amateur photographer,” Fee’s work is far from amateur. One need look no further than the cathedral pictures below to see some of the intricacy at work. Just take a moment and note if you will the engaging interlace of the shadows on the floor.
Now please, join Fee as she takes the time to guide us through her photographic journey…
- Accept the Picture Prompt Challenge! (please click on the image below to see it in the size and proportion in which the artist intended)
On The Way
soft moving hands
is it my fingers that create
or the turning of the wheel that uses them
expression cries out in the light of the dark
–by Elisabeth Connelley, Purple Profundity
3 thoughts on “One Shoot Sunday and On The Way–Purple Profundity: Poetry by Elisabeth Connelley”
Very interesting take on the prompt—presents a reminder of sculpting in an unlikely association. I like it.
nice…on the potters wheel it all comes togeether to mold us…
One of the most distinctive – best, and non-judgmental – takes on the photo I’ve read. Good stuff.