Welcome to episode #6 of our spotlight on Ann Tudball’s wonderful work. In this episode Ann shares two great poems for you all to enjoy, while I supply the images for each of these amazing pieces of work.
In episode #6 we have three pieces of writing for you to enjoy.
Ann is a South Wales based photographer with a stunning website and also stunning Instagram pages. You’ll find more information about her, her photos and poems in the links at the bottom of this page.
Top header Image by Ann Tudball
A short story…
Why did you go to the sea without me? I looked for you everywhere, I only wanted to see your lovely face. It was such a warm day, sun was shining and the sea was clear blue. I didn’t know where I was but it was beautiful. I gave up looking for you in the end and took a stroll to the nearby village. I was quite content walking alone taking in my surroundings. I came across a few crowded cafés, full of people sipping coffee and chatting in the sunshine. An elderly woman came up to me and offered a seat. I sat down and ordered a small black coffee. I chose to sit facing the sea, to see if you were down there? Why did she go without me? I only wanted one last look at her dark hair, soft skin and her bright eyes. I headed back and took one last look on the sea bed but nothing.. I then realised that there was no beautiful woman, no blue sea and no crowded cafés.
Warm sands took my hands,
I gaze endlessly out to sea.
Sun kisses the horizon bed,
are answers out there I plea…
At winter’s cold day I stand at the shore.
Calming waves at my feet.
I hear the silent cry.
Come on in, don’t be shy.
I hope that you enjoyed something a little bit different with this blog entry. Photography and poetry are two things that I also love to do, and it would be great if you could leave feedback on this. I’m always looking for featured Spotlight photographers, so please contact me if you would like to appear here.