Sunday, December 16, 2012

NWCU Sunday Snapshot 16.12.12

Welcome to our Sunday Snapshot! I'm Joanne Elliott and today I want to share the photography of my husband Charles Elliott. A few years ago he experimented with the contrast of some photos. He wanted to look at things in different ways. He came up with these evocative images. I can't wait to see what his work inspires!

So have a look and bring your own way of seeing/experiencing to the painting, sculpture, poem, short story, etc. that you create. And as always be sure to share it with us by clicking on Mr. Linky below and sharing a link to your creation.


B & B Bed Before Breakfast



Morning Waits at the Window



Port Decanter



Still Life



Sky From Calgary Airport



Tree of Knowledge, Whittier College Library



Mara Lets Down Her Hair

Woman Removing Jacket


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10 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing Charles and his fantastic work with us this week Joanne...was hard to pick just one, and will no doubt be returning as I do believe my muse has taken the holiday off! ;)

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    1. You're welcome. Love what you were inspired to create!

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  2. some really cool compositions charles....i like the creative us of color and some really neat perspective as well....evocative...i like...

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  3. Very nice post Joanne and appreciate your husband's work.

    Leslie Moon

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  4. Real windows, light, and
    another opening in the lab
    showing tomorrow: pores,
    see, tiny holes for gold to
    fall through and then stretch
    shadows away, long gone
    thru bottles we drink and
    tall tales we tell endlessly.

    Stimulation: your pics! Thanks,
    Susan

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  5. Charles, your photography is great! I like the use if different textures & colors. I also love your use of the interactions between light & shadow ~ one of my favorite themes. Thanks for sharing sone of your photo work with us.

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  6. I love the photography...such a creative series. Thanks for sharing your husband's work Joanne.

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