Theatre combines action, words, characters, concepts, events, and more to fabricate stories with emotion and depth elevated above the spoken word.

Film does the same, but with added dimension.

But what if you cleared away everything but the character and, maybe, the most minor trace of action?

I’ve been falling in love with the work of British photographer Julia Margaret Cameron who lived from 1815 to 1879.

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Country boy. Explorer of the creative process & life, the arts, storytelling, innovation and history of ideas. Omnia in gloriam Dei facite — claytonjhester.com

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