Visual Storyteller Series

A Visual Storyteller #5

To Be By the Seaside

Waves

Smell the Sea

Feel the Sky

Let your Soul and Spirit

FLY

Waves

Boys jumping off a wharf

Waves

Beach sunset

Waves

Surfer walking along beach.jpg

Waves

Ohope Beach in black and white

Waves

Seagull flying on the seashore

Some folk execute it with words, that come alive the moment you turn that first page of their book.

While others share it via sound effects to make you gasp in delight as you wait for their next slice of dialogue.

More than a few express it by capturing a moment in time with the click of a shutter.

They are a visual storyteller.

To view more, please feel free to press on the links below:

A Visual Storyteller #1 – The Boy on the Horse

A Visual Storyteller #2 – Simple Pleasures for Sophisticated People

A Visual Storyteller #3 – School is OUT

A Visual Storyteller #4 – Silence Please

45 thoughts on “A Visual Storyteller #5”

  1. A beautiful and interesting post, Suzanne. I loved everything about it! Your photos are all stunning! I especially love the second to last one, especially in black and white. Thank you for sharing. #MLSTL and sharing SM

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  2. I love black and white photography. I feel it captures emotion without the distraction of colours. The seaside is an open canvas for storytelling! Just lovely. Sharing on my SM!

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  3. I love all the different moods in the pictures Suzanne. I think the black and white takes away the familiarity and helps us see with new eyes – both the calm and the turbulence.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM πŸ™‚

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    1. Cheers Janis and yes we do have an abundance of coastline. Some beaches are packed during summer and a km down the road it will be reasonably empty. Enough to suit all who frequent the beaches. I personally love a deserted one especially if walking and talking with someone. When I was a teenager it would’ve been the crowded beaches πŸ™‚

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