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November 05, 2009



I love the photos and the mystery. Love the books begging to be chosen.

Anthony North

You give an eerie feel to this this, and the pictures set it off perfectly.


Hi Julie,

Fun combination of words and pictures. What has happened to the writer? Is no-one home? She's gone in to answer the telephone!

Julie Jordan Scott

tee hee hee... I am not saying what happened to that crazy writer, that is part of the fun... in my journal I wrote these words:

"The essence of the scene lives in the questions the audience asks while looking at the scene, the screen image"... and that was what I attempted to convey.

So grateful for your time in reading and commenting today, Jone, Anthony and Derrick!

gautami tripathy

I loved the visual way you created the set up!

scrawled sheet of paper


So good to see the space, the sacred space, where you create.


A lady after my own heart - combining photography and poetry. I need to do that more often.
Love - love - love this! It's both mysterious and teasing. You did a super job with this prompt!


The combination between images and verse is so cool. The desk faces the street.The empty chair in the last photo is an invitation to sit and continue the dialog/poem .
...and I sit here
thanks for the lemonade
the opportunity to share
I love it.

Paul Oakley

Nice, since we know our writer is busy taking pictures, that we feel so open to speculate why she's not at her desk or in her Queen Anne chair. Despite knowing where she is, I think she's taken a bathroom break. That second cup of steaming coffee works in more than one way. :)

Thanks for sharing your writing space with us, Julie. Great place out of which to write. The morning light is wonderful!

Cynthia Short

This is like a performance piece in a way...very imaginative! (I think she just might be in the bathroom...)ha!

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