Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s prompt ~ it was awesome reading!
Let’s shake it up a bit this week! Changing “scapes” as we wander and seek, searching out the intangible something “other” ….
The richness of photography – especially in this new era – allows for some interesting perspectives – which traditionally could be altered in the printing process. Now, with the digital era and the wealth of software available, anything is possible.
Today – I’d like to “step back in time” – presenting an image that arrives in Black and White – where the details – well – are in the details – as the eyes have to search out Light and Shadow – distinguishing features and foreground from background, elements etc. I find this type of imagery “restful” – even though it may not be as straightforward as other, more obviously altered, images. Why? Simple reason: it means you have to take the time to really stop – and look – and then feel –
So how are you moved in this escape? Do the mists of time transport you far and away? Or do you linger in a memory personal? Where are you at?
image by Richard Loader (click on image for a larger and more detailed viewing)
Share your thoughts – poems, prose, flash fiction, short stories etc. If it inspires a visual creation of your own – be it photograph or other visual medium – please, share.
Remember – if you use the image directly in your responses, please, credit the artist/photographer.
And don’t forget to leave a link to this prompt in your response, creating a pingback – as well as adding your entry to the official Linky.
Looking forward to what escapes arise!
Cheers ~ Pat