Kray Van Kirk's song Headed For Monday inspired this photo by Southern California photographer Patrick McGowan (#patrickmcgowanphotography), whose work is found on at least four threads in NSH. He's a photographing monster.
Patrick McGowan's bleak, beautiful desert photograph inspired this song by Britta Lee Shain, Southern California musician and author. Britta's song Pacific Coast Highway is the seed song for another thread in this project. On My Way to Heaven prompted Janet Jones to create a photograph.
Rita Hosking's song Out of Rain inspired this photo by Southern California photographer Patrick McGowan (#patrickmcgowanphotography), who has other photos in the project as well. This one prompted Britta Lee Shain to write a song. It just now occurred to me, as I'm writing this, that Patrick is surrounded by musicians whose names rhyme: Rita and Britta. (It doesn't look like they rhyme, but they do.)
Harlow's color drawing inspired this song by Laura Hall, who has written at least one more song for Now See Hear and is well known as the keyboard player for the long-runnning TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Laura's song prompted Patrick McGowan to create a photograph.
Laura Hall's song It All Lies Ahead Of You Now inspired Southern California's Patrick McGowan, frequent Now See Hear contributor, to create this image. #patrickmcgowanphotography
Cameron Murphy's photograph inspired this song by Tracy Newman, who has written at least three songs for Now See Hear, and whose song I Just See You is a "seed song" for another thread. This song prompted a photograph by Patrick McGowan.
Patrick McGowan's photograph inspired Carl Solomon's song Rosa Marie. Carl also contributed the song Just Like You to Now See Hear, which you can listen to on another thread. A recording of Rosa Marie is confidently expected any second now.
Tracy Newman's song I'm Just A Witness inspired this photograph by Southern California's Patrick McGowan (#patrickmcgowanphotography), who has also contributed photographs in other Now See Hear threads. Patrick's photo prompted Carl Solomon to write the song Rosa Marie.