The first blog post of visual inspiration was so popular that I decided to construct another one. We have evolved to understand the world as stories, so if we gaze at a picture long enough with our whole attention, we can
Pictures inspire the muse, and they are fun. If you have visited me here before, you know already that visual images inspire my writing. I particularly enjoy still photographs for this purpose because they represent an arrested moment in life.
Inspiration comes in mysterious ways but one of them is not staring tensely at a blank screen or page. Our brains get cluttered with everyday expectations blocking the freeways for our imagination to wonder, speculate, and activate our creativity. Less
No guarantees this will work for you, but if you’re stumped for a story idea, or plain ‘stuck’, you have nothing to lose. And if you’re here by mistake, thought this was a foodie blog and it has never occurred
To get close to our inner selves, we need to focus on the details around us, on nature, of which we are a part. This needs a quiet moment and a little concentration, so I won’t distract you with words. I’ll just share these images,