Birds Of Peace
I don't believe there
are any accidents in life. My friend from Seattle came to visit me several
months ago. He wanted to catch up and go take pictures with me. After
an uneventful afternoon, we decided to get something to eat and ran across
a war protest in downtown Portland, Oregon. Unfortunately, I left my camera
in my car several blocks away. I ran to the car, snatched my gear and
ran back. When I returned I found most of the protesters gone on a march.
I rested up a little and started taking some snapshots to warm up. Then
the protesters started filtering back in.
|The premise of Talking Pictures
is that all of us have images that carry an internal narrative that we rarely
get to share. This entails more than just camera, exposure, and film. It
might include what provoked us to snap the shutter or how, in retrospect,
the image makes us feel.
We invite you to submit images and words for this department. Please send only one image and brief text with each submission. Because we will print the pictures large please make sure that the image can take the blowup. For this department we will accept only high-quality prints (5x7 or 8x10) and slides--no digital files, please. We will not be able to return the images to you because of the volume we anticipate receiving. And by sending us the image you grant us permission to print it in the magazine and on our web site. We also may hold publication for some time.
So come on, get published and share your ideas and inspiration. Send submissions to:
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Titusville, FL 32780.
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