In our Seven Stages Storywork class, Joe Lambert showed a digital story that once again sent me down the rabbit hole of memory and personal mythology. I know I have told this story before in the digital story called Shared Vision, but the wonderful thing about memory and personal mythology is that those stories bear telling and re-telling. How many haystacks did Monet paint? How many self-portraits of Frida Kahlo?
This story as my imagination has shaped it over the decades, is Source Imagery of the narrative kind for me.
The music is an orchestral version of “Bright Eyes” from the movie Watership Down.”