Tag Archives: mood
That year, in Paris, distant blue was all the rage– the clown’s mood thickened. (Painting by Edward Hopper) Advertisements
Ice skating past dark, on a frozen pond, alone– Where they swam, last spring. (Artwork by Mark Rothko)
Moses, caped in shroud, awaiting new commandments– Silence, turned up loud. (Photo by Edward Steichen)
On this side of the mirror, it begins with a light, courtesy kindling promise, yet on the other side, the smoke is already mood-thick and rising, suggesting second lives engaged in the slow burn of mutual arson. (Photo by … Continue reading
Mist leavening mood, Noir, by any other name– In rain, lovers prey. (Photo by Anthony Distefano)
Alchemy of fugue, shifting tides rent rising blues– surface lies in wait.
Hurry Slowly was the tictoc mantra of the one-armed photographer, Josef Sudek, who praised and made lasting secret love to his Muse and ghost-veiled bride, Prague, vowing his fugitive eye to her and her alone.