Posted: December 17, 2012 in Architecture, Bricks, Details, Flash Fiction, Green Bay, Photography, Structures, Uncategorized
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…she said quietly,


“…though some of us have lived more ‘colorful’ lives than others.”


She arched one well-plucked brow and looked directly at me.


“Isn’t that right, Sister Mary Catherine?”

white past

  1. Karen Taylor says:

    Ha, ha! Great! The textures and colors are so nice.

  2. Jeanne Heuer says:

    You’ve become a fine photographer but the writer inside can’t resist…it’s all about the story. Love it.

  3. This has to be in a book. Besides the humor, these examples along with the captions will more than hold their own as accomplished art. Love the layers and how well they work together. There’s a depth and richness of distant voices here.

    • I thank you, Warren. Maybe this is a new form of Flash Fiction–like Flash Photo Fiction. It is pretty neat to see the past peeking through, so I find myself taking a lot of shots with exposed brickwork reasserting itself from under paint or plaster. I like that: “distant voices.” I just might recycle that phrase, too.

  4. Marjorie says:

    Exquisite economy of means

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