photography of Carolyn Meltzer

Photo Gallery; Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography; photography, poetry

Through the continuing collaborative series ‘Stunning Visuals In Verse’, photographer Carolyn C. Meltzer of Atlanta, George captures remarkably beautiful images of nature which are paired with the inspired poetry of Don MacIver of West Kelowna, British Columbia. The series continues to draw praise and emotional response.

Stunning Visuals In Verse

Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography

'in a dream' © Carolyn Meltzer Photography
‘in a dream’ © Carolyn Meltzer Photography
photography of Carolyn C. Meltzer
‘dark beauty’ © Carolyn C. Meltzer
photography of Carolyn Meltzer
‘ducks in a row’ © Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography
photography of Carolyn C Meltzer
‘in mama’s arms’ © Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography
photography of Carolyn C Meltzer
‘fantasia’ © Carolyn C Meltzer Photography
photography of Carolyn C. Meltzer
‘pillow talk’ © Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography
photography of Carolyn C. Meltzer
© Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography
'Stunning Visuals In Verse' series, photography, poetry, Carolyn C. Meltzer, Don MacIver poet
“uplifting’ © Carolyn C. Meltzer

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3 thoughts on “Photo Gallery; Carolyn C. Meltzer Photography; photography, poetry

    1. Thank you once again for the reblog Habib. I have worked in collaboration with gifted Atlanta photographer Carolyn Meltzer for well over one year now and what an truly wonderful experience it has been for both of us. I decided to share this gallery of Carolyn’s images that I had written for up to that date and since have developed quite a collection of the pairings, each one published here. Carolyn’s photography has been a powerful inspiration for my poetic writings in my thoughts flowing seemingly effortless in response to her ‘stunning visuals’. It all began when I made contact with Carolyn and sought permission to have one or two of her gorgeous photographs accompany my poetry. She wholeheartedly agreed and it quickly burgeoned into a collaborative journey that continues to this day. I find this arrangement so wonderfully stimulating…the blending/union of two creative artforms, one engaging in response to the other. Marvelous.

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