Monday, March 2, 2009

Every Photo Tells A Story

I know I featured this crocodile/butterfly painting on a blog a few weeks ago. But Nancy, the imaginative creator of the delightful blog "Every Photo Tells A Story" has honored me by featuring this painting as the subject matter for today. Nancy posts a painting or photo from a participating artist or photographer and invites readers and visitors to leave a comment or a writing. I ran across her site a few weeks ago and left a poem on the gargoyle painting of Feb 20. Since then I have been hooked, and each morning, after my morning "pep prayer" I go to her site and write a poem. It's fun, and gets me going faster than sitting on a cactus. My contribution for Sunday was one of my rare serious times...It was a photo of an inside cell at Auschwitz. My sister, and kids, and several friends, called to let me know how touching that piece was. And it was.

Later this month, after I get artist's permissions, etc. I will do a post on selected artwork and poems of mine from past submission. WERE warned. For now, visit her charming site..... Every Photo Tells A Story"

NOTICE... Forget my post of Feb 28. Do not go to my post of Feb. 28. That post of Feb 28 is just too embarrassing for me. So ignore the post of Feb. 28. Pretend the post of Feb. 28 doesn't exist. I know I'm trying to unremember the post of Feb. 28.

Please Remember... WTTTW and... The Art of Bruno Torf (Australia Wildfires)


  1. Wonderful painting James! And a wonderful site too. And by the way, I've tagged you!

  2. Yay! I think all the kinks have been worked out on your blog because it looks like I'm able to comment. Thank you for your nice post about my blog, James. I'm so glad you found me, so I could discover your wonderful and imaginative artwork. I'm also glad that the images I feature get you "going faster than sitting on a cactus." It's alot less painful;)

  3. LOL... you outdid yourself Jim! How come you have't posted your awesome DSFDF challenge here!

  4. That is really cool. But how could I possibly forget about the Feb.28th post? After all it was done on Feb. 28th. wasn't it? I guess I have to go to Feb 28th and see about that post. I wouldn't want to forget about Feb. 28th.

  5. Excellent painting, James -- also congrats for being featured on Nancy's wonderful blog!