Thursday, 20 January 2011

PHOTOGRAPH PROSE

I've discovered a gorgeous site called Photograph Prose that is both visually beautiful and very interesting. The subtitle to the name is 'the virtual collision of photographers and writers'. I love both writing and photography so it's the perfect site for me.

The site says 'Photograph Prose is a virtual gym for photographic and prosaic stylists to exercise their talents and execute imaginative nerve; creating together inspired works via conscious experience'.

They've included some written work of mine to go with someone else's photo, 'Feed', and a photograph of mine that will hopefully inspire someone else. (The window with bubbled glass.)

Kudos to Ally Evans in Chicago who set up the site.

11 comments:

Kar said...

LOOOVVEEEE that poem! I've shared it on fb - Great website Nu, thanks for sharing
x

Ally - Photograph Prose said...

Thank you again, Nuala, for such a wonderful contribution to our site, and for being willing to collaborate. I am glad you were inspired and hope that you visit us again soon. Looking forward to the prose that your photograph will inspire :)

mooncountry said...

Thanks Nuala, that is a real find. I was actually reading that poem "Feed" and thinking that it was your style before I saw the author ;-)
Have you ever read "I could read the sky" by Pyke and O'Grady? That book is a photographic novel which is really well done.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Thanks Kar ;

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

And thank you , Ally - it's a classy site. Well done to you.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Aiden - that's gas.
I love 'I Could Read the Sky'. Dermot Healy, who I mentioned recently, stars in the film of it. Beautiful.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Thanks for the link Nuala,tis a good idea, I have a couple of Photos up now too. :)

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Excellent TFE. I love your photos - the sea must provide endless inspiration and opps.

Ally - Photograph Prose said...

Nuala and TFE - your latest creation is now live :) Thanks again for such a wonderful contribution. This one made me feel at home - reminded me of England :) http://bit.ly/gWNDmI

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Well look at that - TFE and WWR communing over the netosphere :) Deadly!

Ally - I didn't realsie you were English. Sweet!

Marinela Reka said...

A lovely page. I like it a lot. Amazing work here and simply lovely blog!
All the best M xx
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