Re-work – Exercise 3.5 – Photographs From Text

Leisure

by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

 

 

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

 

 

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

 

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

Leisure by William Henry Davies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Replies to “Re-work – Exercise 3.5 – Photographs From Text”

    1. It’s weird pat because it did and it didn’t. Because I had read this part of the course in advance, and leisure being my favourite poem then I had ideas about what would be suitable. The bigger part of the effort was evaluating which photos I was going to use

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  1. I have enjoyed this Richard. You have drawn together some familiar photographs with some new ones to produce a rich, yet restful read which reinforces your message. I shall โ€˜sit and stareโ€™ at this work with great pleasure. Well done.

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  2. I love this. The pictures are so beautifully taken & fits the verses of the poem so intricately. The squirrel and the woman in “No time to wait till her mouth can” especially are so adorable!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ Keep up the great work ๐Ÿ˜

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  3. Thankyou so much. She was wonderful, and had such presence. A child was being slightly boisterous, agitated that her mother was in the queue for coffee whilst she was left alone at the table. This woman spoke to her very gently but with such authority. I just had to ask if I could make her photo.

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