For those who are not on Twitter and don’t watch my tweets, I had to post this. You MUST go check this out, it’s amazing (click on the photo to go to the Flickr slideshow):
Michael Swanwick’s “October Leaves”
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10 thoughts on “Michael Swanwick’s “October Leaves””
Filling Spaces, I don’t know how you find these good band but you have awesome taste. I just checked them out on myspace: http://www.myspace.com/theoctoberleaves
Oh wow, that’s something else completely! 🙂 The link I put up was to a book by Michael Swanwick, written on autumn leaves, just a word or two per photo. It’s beautifully written and the photos are lovely.
I will check out the band, though, you know how I love new music! Thanks for the link 🙂
Oh, I am sorry I did not see a link.
I feel so stupid I should of search for the title you use in the post.
Definitely will check out Michael Swanwick’s “October Leaves on google.
Sorry, the photo is hot-linked to the Flickr slideshow! I’ll update the post to say that.
lol, it is okay and thank you. Funny thing was that I did click on the photo and it took me there but I did not put 2 and 2 together. Just thought that you hosted your photo there.
I just read up to 58 if the slide show. All I can say is wow:)
of the slide show..not if the slide show
Oh ok 🙂
I know it’s a little tedious to click through, but it you have time it’s really worth it.
Fabulous – What could be better than a blackhearted love story?!
Wonderful! I’ve also only read the first “chapters”, but I have extra love for it being transitory art, for it’s own sake.
It does take awhile, but you can bring up a slideshow that will auto-advance to the next photo which makes it a little easier (double-click the first photo and it should start). The photos of the cemetery statuary are nicely interspersed.
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