Tag: imagination

The potential of moments

"My interest in photography is not to capture an image I see or even have in my mind, but to explore the potential of moments I can only begin to imagine." Lois Greenfield


Transcending mountains New worlds on the other side No passport needed

blue sky and white cumulus clouds

100 Word Challenge: Quiet

When I go on my photo walks, I sometimes miss the best photos because I’m simply sitting and watching, feeling, breathing in the incredible beauty that surrounds me. For most of these trips, I am alone… and I don’t just mean that I don’t bring one of my peeps or a friend with me, but ...

full book shelves

100 Word Challenge: Paper

Lately I’ve taken on the onerous task of cataloging my and the Mister’s many books. We have a lot of books. A “can never read all of these” amount of books. A “we could have our own library” amount of books. We have more bookcases than the average family should legally own. The bookshelf that ...

speed limit sign

Out walking

I walk everywhere, and I walk fast. It’s like I’m always in a hurry. If I walk at breakneck speed, my brain moves at hyper speed. Sometimes that gets me in trouble, other times that speed sparks my imagination. Most of my best stories come to me when I’m out for a walk or hiking in the ...

Getting the word out

Writer’s Block [noun] the state of stymied inspiration; unable to coherently write or lacking the ability to form new ideas or create new storylines; when the voices in your head stop talking to you. We all need a little help, or a gentle push, sometimes to get our imagination going. Other times, it’s fun to ...

dark stairwell

Beyond imagination

The story so far... Det. Jack Barlowe closed the email from the Galway Gardaí when his desk officer knocked on his office door. He waved the young man into the room. “Detective, you’ve got a visitor,” he said. Leaning on the door jamb, he whispered, “she’s hot.” “Thank you for coming downtown, Ms. Dolan.” Barlowe ...