Wordplay: One Word, One Picture

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But what if you could illustrate just one word with just one photo? Here are a selection of images from the Pairings archive that do just that, following the Rule of One: One picture, one word.

Contrast


Contrast on the Waterfront by Jann Alexander ©2014

Contrast on the Waterfront by Jann Alexander ©2014

Juxtaposition


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On the Piano Hunt by Jann Alexander © 2014

Twisted


Twisted by Jann Alexander © 2014-2159

Twisted by Jann Alexander © 2014

Horizon


Lost Horizon by Jann Alexander © 2013

Lost Horizon by Jann Alexander © 2013

Window


Red Church, Blue Window by Jann Alexander © 2012

Red Church, Blue Window by Jann Alexander © 2012

Texture


Mexico Textures by Jann Alexander ©2014-0754

Mexico Textures by Jann Alexander ©2014

Threshold


Photo-of-awakening-sunflower-by-Jann-Alexander-©2014

Awakening by Jann Alexander

Silhouette


A Monochrome Moment in Maine by Jann Alexander ©2014

A Monochrome Moment in Maine by Jann Alexander ©2014

Nostalgia


Three Boys and a Polaroid © Jann Alexander

Three Boys and a Polaroid by Jann Alexander ©2014

Abandoned


Abandoned by Jann Alexander © 2014

Abandoned by Jann Alexander © 2014

Top


Spanish Dagger in Bloom by Jann Alexander © 2014

Spanish Dagger in Bloom by Jann Alexander © 2014

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5 replies

  1. WOW! I *love* all of these! What a fun idea, too. If I had to choose a fave, it would be Juxtaposition – but I think they are all excellent. I am going to share this on my Facebook page & on StumbleUpon, too. Glad you shared this!

    ~Tui, @TuiSnider dropping by via #Archive Day on Twitter! 🙂

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