Emily Dickinson Photoset III

The picture that is being used for this Photo Set, was taken in Spring of 2010. I have always loved this photograph because of all the visual stimulation it provides. The contour lines from the veil, the blue and yellow contrasts, the asymmetrical position of the model, and just how it altogether, is dynamic. I decided that the poem "A Slash of Blue", fit perfectly with this picture. I hope you will think so too! Comment and tell me in you're opinion what two colors go well together.
A slash of Blue—
A sweep of Gray—
Some scarlet patches on the way,
Compose an Evening Sky—
A little purple—slipped between—
Some Ruby Trousers hurried on—
A Wave of Gold—
A Bank of Day—
This just makes out the Morning Sky.
Model: K. Endris-Smith
Camera: Canon Rebel


Emily Dickinson Photoset II

 "We Outgrow Love like Other Things"

We outgrow love like other things,
And put it in a drawer.
Till it an antique fashion shows.
Like costumes grandsires wore.

 Model: S. Guest

Camera: Canon Rebel





Emily Dickinson Photoset I

 I am a fan of Emily Dickinson, so I decided to do multiple photo sets based off of her poetry. The photo set's will be labeled I, II, III, etc. The poems that are chosen will be captioned under the photographs. Thank you for following my blog and tell me, "What is your favorite Emily Dickinson Poem"?

Model: S. Sparks

Camera: EOS Canon Rebel

The soul unto itself, Is an imperial friend, --

Or the most agonizing spy, An enemy could send.

Secure against its own, No treason it can fear ;

Itself its sovereign, of itself the soul should stand in awe.