Friday, 12 October 2012

Flash Fiction from the City of the Dead - Joan Lennon

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Dianne Hofmeyr said...

loved these Joan... great visuals and is that an agapanthus I saw in the one... or a bluebell? I like the idea of only visuals sometimes as they tell their own story. Wonderfully evocative photographs.

Joan Lennon said...

Thanks! I'm pretty sure that's a bluebell.

As I said on Facebook, I spent ages trying to put captions to these and finally just gave up - they each ask for a complete story at very least - oh for an extra brain and twice the hours in the day to write them all!

Penny Dolan said...

A thoughtful reminder of the pleasure and value of researching done by means of wandering about in interesting places, Joan.

And an instruction to writers to free themselves from their desks too, maybe? How many hours FBing & Kittening and Tweeting is it worth exchanging for a good day - or more - out instead? (Note to self.)

Savita Kalhan said...

If you happen to get an extra brain or twice the hours in the day, I'd love to hear those stories, Joan! (And please give me the name of your supplier if you find one, as I could do with at least twice the hours in a day too!)

Miriam Halahmy said...

Great photos and each one tells a story. I love this kind of visual blog and have returned a couple of times.