"These photographs were taken on a March afternoon in the library, living room and kitchen of Southern Writer Eudora Welty's home, which she lived in until her death.""This is the phone that William Faulkner was summoned to while working in the fields, to learn the news that he had won the Nobel Prize for Literature. The writing above the phone is Faulkner's informal address book, preserved in his own handwriting."
The poetic photographs provide a peek into these author's intimate spaces, almost like seeing a piece of their history. In each photograph I can imagine them cooking, writing and contemplating ideas. I also think of my good friend Allison, a Southern Literature major with passion and talent. I dedicate this post to you, Allison - to keep you inspired and motivated during long, writing endevours.
Purchase these and more wonderful prints at Susana's Etsy shop and view other stunning photographs at her website. Definitely worth a look!