I take photos. I write poems. Chalk and cheese. Not. Cheers Steve 🙂 Rock. A poem. Rock of ages, how do you stand so firm and undeniable, when every dog has its day with you? For more of my poetry, check out Poetry for the Sad, Lonely and Hopelessly Endangered and The All or theContinue reading “Upstart Photographer – Rock”
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Upstart Photographer – Frogs
I take photos. I write poems. Together, they entwine. Cheers Steve 🙂 Two Frogs. A poem. A weary twosome, conjoined by habit and reckless endangerment. Jumping jacks and errant tongues, arguing like stormy weather. Home is where the heart is, and here, two misanthropes dream in contentment. For more of my poetry, check out TheContinue reading “Upstart Photographer – Frogs”
Upstart Photographer: Things#5
Another photo. Another poem. Cheers Steve 🙂 Lighthouse. A poem. A hollow betrayal; you were pushed aside and swept under the rug of failing and fatalistic light (what irony, it seems). A ship’s memory is short; they no longer need your eyes. The ocean, whose detriment you did long prevent, has had its revenge afterContinue reading “Upstart Photographer: Things#5”
Upstart Photographer: colour is back!
Black and white photos? Love ’em! But every once in a while I like brilliant and vibrant colour. Here’s a few shots in their trimmed, yet unfiltered glory. I’ve included some narration, as I’m a big fan of David Attenborough. Mimic his voice as you read. It’s more like a documentary, that way. I loveContinue reading “Upstart Photographer: colour is back!”