Category Archives: Photography

Back To School Haiku

From A Picture Of Poetry.  I found this bottle of whiskey while on a trip in Scotland.  Right away this picture spoke to me.  This is the poem that followed: Back To School Haiku Related articles universe haiku (gennileehester.com) Why don’t yo try haiku! (atbankofdam.wordpress.com) Enjoy clever Haiku poems? (defusingchaos.wordpress.com) How To Write Haiku (dawnandsunrise.wordpress.com) …

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Fruit of Summer

From A Picture Of Poetry.  This photograph was taken after preparing an afternoon snack.  I thought about what this picture said to me.  This is the poem that followed: Fruit of Summer Related articles Get your kitchen geared up for summer (wrenkitchens.com) A Fruitful Summer (sensiblyinspired.wordpress.com) Where Did The Summer Go? (neverendingstorydepository.wordpress.com)

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Sour

From A Picture Of Poetry.  Sometimes as life is being lived, you see art where you least expect it.  I like the way the yellow lemons contrasted with the green countertop, so I snapped a photo.   I thought about what this picture said to me.  This is the poem that followed: Sour

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Summer Peace

From A Picture Of Poetry.  This photograph was taken at Tenby Beach while on vacation in the UK.   I used the ColorSplash app to edit.  I thought about what this picture said to me.  This is the poem that followed: Summer Peace

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Recall

From A Picture Of Poetry.  I took a photograph of my t-shirt (of all things), then used Kaleidoscope on iPad’s photo booth, and then made it black and white on Instagram.   I thought about what this picture said to me.  This is the poem that followed: Recall

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A Picture Of Poetry

A Picture Of Poetry is a blog dedicated to ekphrasis, poetry inspired by art.  It gives me an outlet for bringing my creative sides together.  I create a picture with photography or any other media that calls to me, then I gather the words that come from that visual to construct a poem.  I enjoy …

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