Day 7 – Day Seven of the Seven-Day Black and White Photos of My Life – It was a beautiful experience finding such beauty and seeing the images from others in the journey. Alas, it has ended.
Not many, but some people sew still. I never graduated up to using a sewing machine, but when I do get an idea, I will sew the entire thing by hand –usually costumes. #sewing #handmade #art #oneofakind
Day 5 of the “Seven Days Seven Photos” challenge. Trees are spooky in black & white–good writing prompt. #writing #amwriting #writingfiction
Black and white photographs are striking and revealing. It is easier to see structures, contours, textures, positions, and shadows undeterred by color. #writing #writingnonfiction #sevendayssevenphotos
Painting is an art form that I came to later in life. It has an ease and serenity to that is soul filling. My 7-Day Black and White photo is one section of the array of brushes I’ve acquired. #art #artist #bard #visualart
“Photography helps people to see.” -Berenice Abbott I have been challenged to do the 7-Day Black and White Photos from my life. …
Creation is a form of energy, and we have a choice in how we spend it. You can build something or you can destroy something. For me, I choose to create, build, and inspire.
As writers, we get excited about the characters in our plots and can’t wait to get them to the next action. Often we don’t know what to write in the space between major events and leave too much empty room. How does a writer fill that empty space between plot events?
Before I started painting, I’d sketch with any writing instrument such as pencils, highlighters, and ballpoint pens. I guess writing never seemed far away from any of my other art forms. 🙂
You may have heard about Rasheed Hooda when he walked from Chicago to L.A. along classic Route 66 in 2016. He lived a big dream by finishing that route, but also, found faith in humanity along the way.