Old School

You know, I think I’ll let Susan, of Smacshop, explain her own work:

Walking home after a late dinner out in my neighborhood one windy summer night, I came upon a bicycle chained to a post outside a local nightspot.

There was a heavy canvas banner sign which hung out over the sidewalk, and wafted by the gusty forces, it moved in and out of a stream of available light causing the bicycle to find itself alternately illuminated, then hidden in darkness.

I was captured by this ‘flipbook’ picture show and stood watching; sounds of billowing canvas and distant traffic in my ear.

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Published in: on October 3, 2008 at 11:20 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. Susan wrote: “I was captured by this ‘flipbook’ picture show and stood watching; sounds of billowing canvas and distant traffic in my ear.”

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    The marriage of this description and the photo took me into my mind’s eye…..I was there, I saw it firsthand, I could feel the breeze and hear the night traffic. How Wonderful!!!

    Mary of Brush It On

  2. Beautifully elegant description.

  3. You make me look good. Thanks for the feature on your beautiful blog!


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