Wordless Wednesday 31

If this photo brings to mind a memory or otherwise inspires you to do some writing, I hope you’ll share a comment below.

 

© 2012 Allyson Latta

© 2012 Allyson Latta

 

View more of my photos here.

And drop in on the following writer friends for further Wordlessness:

Elizabeth Yeoman at Wunderkamera

Carin Makuz at Matilda Magtree

Cheryl Andrews

 

Check out these recent posts on writing …

This Story Is Full of Holes, an essay by Kyo Maclear

Interview with Oonya Kempadoo, Grenada-based author and social development researcher

Seven Treasures guest post by Hyacinthe Miller, president of the Writers’ Community of York Region

Comments

  1. Cheryl says:

    Love this assembly of tones, textures, elements and graffiti!

  2. Coral Jewell says:

    Thanks for the Wordless Wednesday photo. I am really enjoying the samples of written work you include too. I am writing a piece on horses inspired by the earlier photo from Twillingate. That one is part memoir but diverges into imagined memoirs.

  3. carin says:

    Alleys are such creepily wonderful things. All that decrepitness mixed with the beauty of a certain kind of undeniable ‘art’. I especially like the blue tones and the shots of primary colour. Gives an oddly ‘merry’ feel to a place that might be anything but. (What were you doing back there anyway?)

  4. Oh, wonderful colours and composition! Where is this, and how did you end up there?

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