From The Waste Paper Blasket


‘A warmth and a liveliness to her in them that photos sometimes miss…’

You can say that aris.

Christine Hurlstone Jackson?

9 thoughts on “From The Waste Paper Blasket

    1. Janet, dreams of big guns

      The Irish language has roots stretching back at least 5,000 years, and shares words with Sanskrit, the ancient classical language of India
      The Celtic group of languages, which includes Irish, a descendant of Indo-European. Celtic is thought to have separated definitively from the parent tongue by 1,000 B.C. Over time, three distinct dialects of Celtic emerged – Gaulish, Brythonic, and Goidelic, so she wasn’t that far off lol

  1. Termagant

    Well there’s the rub, isn’t it. Photographs take picture of things as they appear, a sketch is about the artist’s perception.

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