Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

I took this photo the other day.  I was going to my daughters little flat to tell her something, but I stopped at the door. She had left the door open and being a bit of an artist myself, I realised that she was in the zone.  I didn’t want to break the creative energy there…so I quietly just stole a little picture with my cell phone.  The writers, artists, poets will most probably nod in agreement and understanding when I talk about being in that particular creative zone…which should not be interrupted.
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84 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

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  3. Unfortunatly, half the time I get in the zone,writing wise, I have just laid down for bed. So I keep getting up and run out to make notes as the thoughts come until I finally say enough is enough. I hope ou get your ideas much earlier than bed time!

  4. This is a truly smashing shot: unprepped,and completely natural.
    The off the shoulder shirt, the angle of the brush. Even the wall texture and the easel and the light falling on the chair ‘make’ this shot.
    It creates a powerful desire to want to see the painter. One wants to ‘turn’ the shot to see the face!
    There is balance,poise and best of all, originality. Really, it deserves a frame and a wall. It is worth keeping. Well done M.

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  10. Wow! That is one stunning shot indeed Hope and it tells a great story. Love the painting too! She is truly a wonderful artist..just like her mom. Great entry for the challenge hon! *big hugs*

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  16. Wonderful painting! And she’s so lucky that you understand that – my mum is always talking loudly or turning the volume up on the telly when I’m trying to write. She did that just yesterday and I was SO FRUSTRATED.

  17. I love your consideration. Many people have NO idea, Hope. Sometimes I feel the need to write and slip into the mode, but then you can count on my siblings, each, all, one at a time, skyping me with that annoying beep. So now I have to put it onto the DARK RED (no interruptions) just in case my muse is nearby. Prevention is better than trying to recapture the magic, lol!

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