Mobile Photography/Art – PictureBook – Midnight Thorn – TheAppWhisperer

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We are absolutely delighted to publish Benamon Tame’s latest article (#36) to his PictureBook Column with us.

PictureBook is full of creativity and imagery in words and in pictures. It is a complete joy to read, view and publish – thank you Benamon.

The concept behind the PictureBook column is not just about capturing stories but creating them, the journey behind and the image we present. PictureBook draws on Images selected from Benamon’s own story series and also looks at the work of the other story tellers within the community’.

“Midnight holds a singular place within the Thorn household, a family well known for its affinity for Ravens. Looking through the records and pastoral scenes from the family’s extensive collection of paintings reinforces their connection to Ravens but also to the Black Cat. Hunting scenes are in abundance as you would expect from a family of their station but dogs and Birds of Prey are noticeably absent. There several scenes of archery and boar hunting and horse riding which on close inspection all show a single animal in accompaniment in the shape of a Black Cat”.

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PictureBook – ‘Tearless Aibell’ – by Benamon Tame

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We are absolutely thrilled to publish Benamon Tame’s latest article (#35) to his PictureBook Column with us. This is the first article of the New Year of his ‘Lost Toy’ series.

PictureBook is full of creativity and imagery in words and in pictures. It is a complete joy to read, view and publish – thank you Benamon.

The concept behind the PictureBook column is not just about capturing stories but creating them, the journey behind and the image we present. PictureBook draws on Images selected from Benamon’s own story series and also looks at the work of the other story tellers within the community’.

Over to you Benamon (foreword by Joanne Carter)…

 

‘The others avoided her, and even Babel let her be, his eyes could see the darkness she gathered round herself and the hunger for misery that had devoured all else she might have been and even the smallest hope that had launched her into this storm.

Like a floundering ship, her high hat its vain sails, she swayed and her eyes stared out into herself and a far shore that could not be reached. Her lips moved and muttered out a blur of word and deed, a calling from the depths, spilled from the images she cast into her mind and replaced without end to drag her down to tears’

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PictureBook – ‘Stoker’ – by Benamon Tame

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We are absolutely thrilled to publish Benamon Tame’s latest article (#34th) to his PictureBook Column with us. PictureBook is full of creativity and imagery in words and in pictures. It is a complete joy to read, view and publish – … Read more

PictureBook – ‘The Clown in Yellow’ by Benamon Tame

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Benamon has done it again! It’s just a week since we published his previous column article ‘The Ballad of Leopold and Adolphu’ see here. This week Benamon has created another wonderful piece for to his PictureBook Column, once again bursting … Read more

PictureBook – ‘Memories Burn – Mnemosyne’ By Benamon Tame

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Benamon has done it again! The 29th article to his PictureBook Column is another triumph, it’s full of inspiration, oozing with imagination and bursting with ingenuity! Whatever you do today, don’t miss this! The concept behind the PictureBook column is … Read more

PictureBook – The Hunger of Patience – Echo – By Benamon Tame

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We’re delighted to publish Benamon’s 28th article to his PictureBook column with us and once again, it is outstanding, gushing with creativity and imagery both in pictures and words, don’t miss this. The concept behind the PictureBook column is not … Read more

PictureBook – ‘Compass Ways’ – By Benamon Tame

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We’re delighted to publish Benamon’s 27th article to his PictureBook column with us and once again, it is outstanding, gushing with creativity and imagery both in pictures and words, don’t miss this. The concept behind the PictureBook column is not … Read more

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