Wordless Wednesday: January 3, 2018

 

2017 Allyson Latta

 

 

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And these writer-photographer friends, from British Columbia to Newfoundland, have word-less but thought-ful posts to share:

Allison Howard (PhotoAlly)

Barbara Lambert

Carin Makuz (Matilda Magtree)

Cheryl Andrews

Elizabeth Yeoman (Wunderkamera)

 

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Recent posts on writing

From the Archives: Five Tips for Memoir Writers by award-winning author Lawrence Hill

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Writing from Real Life: Daring to Be Heard, an essay by Ann Y.K. Choi

12 Book Event Marketing Tips from Novelist Elinor Florence

Literary Nude, an essay by Carin Makuz

The Mirror That Is Memoir, an essay by Dace Mara Zacs-Koury

Comments

  1. Wow. There is something almost Faustian about this — dare one really step into those sulphurous waters. This is wonderful Allyson. The three layer composition, the tree holding it all together on the left — oh but the atmosphere, the black sky, the empty chairs! Yes wonderful.

  2. Elizabeth Yeoman says:

    I was going to start with “wow” but Barbara already did. This looks like a place where something mysterious is about to happen, though I guess it’s steam rising from hot springs? Which would be lots of fun. Anyway, fantastic atmospheric photo.

  3. Where is this bit ‘o paradise Ally? I’m finding myself staring at it – it has a magical-realism feel to it, as if there were people there but they’ve gone, but where? – into the steamy depths perhaps? The repeated whites of the snow, the steam, the Muskoka chair, the ice and frost against the greens and blues create the loveliest contrast. It must have been enchanting to see!

  4. Cheryl says:

    Wow oh Wow! What spectacularly magical winter scene, Allyson.

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