A Question of Shadows
Posted on April 30, 2019
by Joanne Edith
Where do shadows meet the grounded pavement?
Where do sun-blocked surfaces collide?
When will’st come reality’s resurgence?
When will wafted wings loom magnified?
What happened to the speck from fifty thousand?
Why does the vision daunt as earth nears (gasp)?
When will this airborne vessel reach the runway?
How does this tension morph to “Home at last”?
Poems in April; Asking Questions
Official Dogwood Photography Challenge
Week 16: Storytelling – Shadows
Tell a story. Make it compelling while only using shadow.
Story Telling: Good photographers can take beautiful images of something. Great photographers can tell a story with an image. In this category you will take a prompt and turn it into a photographic story
Lovely! (It’s nice to have a bit of rhyme and metre. 🙂 )
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Really enjoyed your questions. I noticed your giraffe menagerie. I have one as well. They are excellent animals!
Yes they are. The red giraffe in the foreground was a gift from one of my grandson, made entirely out of Coke cans. My carved elephants are pretty neat as well, but giraffes are my favorites. Thanks for sharing!
Very well written for both prompts – you seem to capture my thought process when I fly… from speck to “home at last”. Enjoyed this.
White knuckles are calmed by focused no on snapping photos, and holding hubby’s hand. Thanks for reading and commenting!