Monday, November 05, 2007

Twisted round the barren oak

Image: Tony Lloyd

Winter Sleep - Valgeir Sigurðsson

From Ekvilibrium (Amazon), Myspace

Into the woods
Image: Anna Gaskell

Dumb Animals - Handsome Furs

From Plague Park (Amazon), Myspace

Image: Vanessa Albury

Golden - High Places


Woman in woods
Image: Gabe Bledsoe

Carnival - Tissø Lake

From A Coronet, Myspace

Image: Rachel Hulin

Over the Ice - The Field

From From Here We Go Sublime (Amazon), Myspace

Image: Erica Shires

Yours, and With Ever Grateful Wonder - Christine Fellows

From Nevertheless (preorder), Myspace

Biting branch
Image: Whitney Hubbs

Peter Pan - Ai Phoenix

From The Light Shines Almost All the Way, Myspace


Blogger sean said...

i really love these posts. the photography's so stirring - v diff from all the illustrators' work i'm always gawping at. and there's something that works really well about photos on a screen - moreso than paintings or ink. and you pick them all very well. surprises and familiarities both, in feeling and sound.

(your written posts are just as , of course.)

6:27 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

Thanks, and I agree: Photos don't have to fight the flatness of the screen, while paintings (and in some cases, even illustrations), lose the texture and depth they derive part or much (depending) of their power from. Also, photos are easily scaled; you don't lose as much when you're trying to fit pixels into columns. And I suppose there's something about the reproducibility of photographs. They look right in many different contexts because they aren't dependent on an original artifact.

9:57 PM  
Blogger Charlie said...

These are some great choices. Like the interplay of the images and the music. They're nearly as evocative as your writing, but luckily we don't have to choose.

1:09 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

No, you can always rely on me to write--at the very least--a pretentious comment (see above). Good to have you back online (and back on the continent).

5:52 PM  
Blogger Eric said...

Good post. Love the photos. Love the tunes. The Field record is amazing, especially at night.

8:12 PM  
Anonymous jessica said...

this post is entirely lovely.

8:12 PM  

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