Photography & Art: A Thousand & One Words

E.B. White once wrote, “I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.” However, although planning a day can be hard, capturing those plans in a single picture can be even more difficult.

Even though a picture is said to be worth a thousand words, take a look into the photographer’s mind to see that these photos are worth much more than a thousand words, but these photos form a thousand phrases.

As you pace through these photos, ask yourself- What does this photo tell me about myself?

Annelise Furnald
A writing/photography major at Loyola Maryland. An optimist, realist, and observer who is fond of the sky and coloring.
“Where do the ducks go?”

Holden

Indigo

Arianna Valle
Is an interdisciplinary photography and writing major of the class of 2012. She especially enjoys experimenting with portraiture. She’s excited to study abroad in New Zealand this coming spring; hearing that the beauty of the country is truly inspiring. She loves reading, and her current literary obsession is House Of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski.
“Grass itches the skin reminding us we will become one with the dirt again”

Through Grass Blades

Paulina Stachnik
Buddhist Lent

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2 Responses to “Photography & Art: A Thousand & One Words”
  1. Rebecca says:

    Love the photos!! Annelise’s “Indigo” is a quietly powerful, and Arianna’s “Through the Grass Blades” is a good composition. And I really like Paulina’s third photo. Keep up the good work ladies!

  2. ciarliera says:

    The shape of the tree in Indigo seems to swirl ever upwards. It sang to me in a strong sonorous voice that I am thankfully, beautifully, tingling-ly alive!

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