Super 16: Writing Life


If I don’t have a camera in my hand you can bet good money I have some kind of writing instrument there – pens, pencils, my beloved Moleskines – to me, the narrative nature of photography complements the writing life so well. When reading I see images in my mind’s eye; when looking at photographs I conjure stories in my head. And is there anything more evocative of fairy tales and imagination than a dreamy Polaroid of a vintage typewriter? Oh the stories those beauties could tell!

Until we meet again… Susannah

1. fingers & toes, 2. TYU, 3. my new desk, 4. two months, 5. Color Pencil, 6. Untitled, 7. **, 8. Adobe books, 9. thursday love, 10. royal typewriter, 11. i capture the castle, 12. moleskine_061231, 13. on the agenda…, 14. Shoes + typewriter, 15. 8, 16. an unwritten book page 5

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Fabulously inspiring post…love the photos. Makes me want to write something profound in a beautiful little book…


Yes! I wasn’t a big photo-taker until recently, yet I’ve been a writer for a long time. I am loving how the two compliment one another.

Amanda Nicole
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