• Who is the old lady?
  • What is she doing?
  • What is the shadow? Why isn’t it the same silhouette as her?
  • How does she feel as she’s looking at this shadow? What might she be remembering?
  • Why is it in a book?
  • Why did Jungho Le call this picture ‘Fall’?
  • Write the story of this woman’s life. Include flashbacks.
    • What world events has she lived through?
    • What changes has she seen?
    • What was her childhood like?
    • Is she alone now? Has she always been alone? Was she ever married? Did she have children?
    • What are her favourite memories?
    • What’s her personality like? How will you show this through the writing?
    • How might you structure your story?

Credit: Jungho Le

  • Wendy
    Posted at 19:07h, 19 February Reply

    I’d love to read the books the illustrations come from. Is that written some where that I can’t see… or don’t they come from books…

    • ouapicture
      Posted at 19:10h, 19 February Reply

      Most of them are art featured on the artist’s website. I normally credit the book if an illustration is from one. I know what you mean though – some of them feel like they need a story! Sam 😊

      • Anonymous
        Posted at 20:14h, 19 February Reply

        Hi Sam,
        I teach 3/4 grade in Australia. I’m trying to get a screen permanently attached in my classroom . Then I could put up these wonderful illustrations and maybe the kids and I could write our own stories. Keep up the good work. It’s nice to have artwork and not just animal pics available. Wendy

  • sophiana
    Posted at 15:09h, 24 February Reply

    I like this picture

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:01h, 14 July Reply

    Wow. These pics are so awesome! No other website could match the quality and inspiration of this one!

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