Friday Feeds…

As always Bitter Ben tops the list Ü

The Prodigal Son Returns Friday Giftures

  They say absence makes the heart grows fonder and most of the time that totally isn’t true. Think about it, when you leave your co-workers, do you miss them so bad that you forgo any o…

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For those following this blog, it won’t come as a surprise that I’m a visual thinker (dysgraphics usually are.)  Where some people use equations and lists, I draw pictures and diagrams.  When I write, fictional settings are visualized in rich cinematic detail.

Interestingly enough,  the visual story telling components described in the next article can also apply to literary expression. Stephen King’s “The Man in the Black Suit” and Ray Bradbury’s “Rocket Summer” are prime examples.

How to Create Photos that Tell Stories

Drawing from it, I could also say that there are lots of scenes we see, shoot and create as a street photograph in the great wide open spaces, each shot we make, each frame we post could is just an…

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Burma

Pa-O women wearing a traditional black tunic and a brightly colored turban. The turbans are often simply scarves or towels bought at local markets and then are wrapped in a traditional style. Accor…

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Winners of the Weather Photographer of the Year competition – INSIDER

Fall in love with our planet all over again.

Source: Winners of the Weather Photographer of the Year competition – INSIDER

EK Media Magazine: 20 Pieces of Obscure Movie Trivia that will Make Your Day

Source: EK Media Magazine: 20 Pieces of Obscure Movie Trivia that will Make Your Day

 

Liz Gilbert and “The Disciplined Half-Ass.”

As I’m nearing the end of this second draft of Not So Soft, I’m reminded of this chapter in Big Magic– Small aside, if you haven’t read Big Magic, you really ought to. It sp…

Source: Liz Gilbert and “The Disciplined Half-Ass.”

Happy Friday Peeps, Go out and make someone’s day!

 

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