I am thrilled that one of my street photographs was chosen in the top 50 entries. See the link below. The first one in the block is mine. It was taken in Ragusa, Sicily in June 2019 during the evening hours when people promenade up and down the street taking in the air or city sights. In this case, I was captivated by these gentlemen who seemed to be carrying on an animated conversation. The elder man with Einstein’s hair looked like a professor and the others his colleagues. Whatever they were discussing seemed really important!
I posted the photo on Facebook. Within minutes a virtual friend from Ragusa informed me that the gentleman central to the photo was indeed a judge whom he knew. It’s a small world!
Enjoy this short haiku podcast from Haiku Chronicles. Thanks Donna Beaver and Al Pizzarelli for using my haiku.
To the old year
Happy 2019 and good luck with that cake!
in terra cotta
published The Heron’s Nest, December 2018
We are pleased to announce that the anthology that seemed to take forever to midwife into the world is being well received.
It’s available on Kindle and can be purchased from Amazon.com in hard copy. I’m not going to “give away” samples of the writing because I consider these stories to be too personal. My husband and I are proud of the finished product and we both offer a deep bow to each of the writers who share their secrets. We hope their words will give others the courage to unburden themselves in the many forums that become available.