Captioning Shadows: A Writer Wednesday Post

November 19th, 2014 | Posted by Irene in Essays | Publication News

 

ShaddieShaddie, photo & all text © Irene O’Garden, 2014

Long talks with family, friends and colleagues; many classes full of eager and rambunctious third-grade poets—my purse of words is all but spent this week, and I have scarce enough to caption shadows.

And yet I have enough.

Join me for a short spontaneous woods-walk I took awhile back. My shadow spotted a single rock near the path, prompting hijinks of her own. Third-graders might approve.   

Forward Pass

 

Forward Pass.

Balance

Highlands Globetrotter.

Moon Birth

Moon Birth.

Handupon

Handupon.

Publication News: A brief reminder that the book signing/release party for  Connecting: Celebrating the People and Places of the Hudson Highlands happens tomorrow, Thursday November 20, from 6-8 at Winter Hill in Garrison, NY. My essay on the arts appears within. Hope you can make it!

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  • Laura

    Wouldn’t you know that Irene O’Garden would have inspired images and thought and wit regarding shadow play? These are uncanny and completely original.

    • IreneOGarden

      Thanks, Laura! May all your shadows be fun ones!

  • Jorie Latham

    You provide me much needed laughter, Irene, thank you! And reminiscent of one of my very favorite of all ArtGardens, too!

    • IreneOGarden

      I did think of the Art Garden, Jorie! Our friendship is nearly as old as shadows themselves!

  • Mark Rettman

    LOVE IT !

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