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The Storytellers Vol. 15

We feature a photo prompt each Monday and ask our audience to share their stories to accompany the image. We would love for you to join us and share what each photo says to you. In September we focused on wonderful photos by talented artists with stories that our...

Looking for the Third Eye by Ramón Cruz

Since childhood I have considered myself an observer of everything that surrounds me and excites me. Photography has given me the ability to return to those important moments through images, and I’ve always found this fascinating. Nowadays, I feel it’s essential to take photos daily, as it’s a visual and very personal record of everyday life.

The Instagram #StorytellerCircle

Each week, on Mondays, we challenge our Instagram community with a story prompt. Here is how it works:

We select a photo from our #wearegrryo hashtag and post it to the @wearegrryo account.
You can add a story in 1-2 sentences in the comments. The best gets a feature here on our website.

Good Luck!

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Waffle it Up with Finnicle

I like Kandinsky’s idea that we all have an inner need for expression. Looking at pictures on instagram, it’s cool to look at individual people’s offerings and try to work out what they are trying to say to the world. There is no good or bad art, just images that...

A Self-Interview: Shuko by Shuko

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The Gift of Receiving

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Reflections in Night Light – Jin & Adam Lo.

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Portraits of a Distant Reality

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And the moon knocked by S.A. Xeya

And the moon knocked at the doors of the Darkness "Let me in!", but HE answered "no" And the moon knocked where there was the Silence But a very loud voice said "it’s not time anymore" So the moon opened the windows of the wind And went away to find something else, ...

To the Clouds by Caroline de Bertodano

One dancer's love affair with dance. If you have ever danced seriously, in any field of dance, you will know the sacrifice & dedication it requires. You will also know the driving force of the passion for the movement & flow within of dance. This is Claudia...

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