Óla, hi, hello!
Ahh, Spring has finally arrived, wafting in on a warm breeze. Please join me in my little adega. Sit in that old soft chair and I will sit near you on this wooden bench. Let me pour you a glass of port and tell you a story. My box of old photos lured some tale-tellers from places near and far. I have so many to tell you:
A poem about a presence reaching from behind the earthly veil.
A story about a premonition, the sense of something momentous about to take place.
A tale of intrigue, danger and betrayal.
A hidden identity is revealed. A breeze blows open some doors and closes others. A new life begins with hope and finds unexpected consequences.
All different, these stories, yet somehow linked. By photographic inspiration, and maybe by something else, too. I will let you decide what that “something” is.
Please raise your glass to our
☆ • —– ⭒ Paper Ghosts Vintage Photo Story Contest Winners! ⭒ —– • ☆
First Place: “In the Air” by Rachael McGill
Second Place: “Sixpence” by José Sá
Third Place: “Full Tilt” by Jethro Soutar
-: ✧ : Honorable Mention : ✧ :-
“Breezy Girl on High Balcony” by Marianne Rogoff
“Pinnacle” by Jen Nafziger
“A Fade of Grass” by John Trent
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Happy Reading from Paper Ghosts