Tales from Light to Midnight
"Hermes" Find out what it's really like working for the gods in this humorous take on various Greek legends surrounding the god Hermes.
"Bahati's Birthday" A baby elephant faces poachers on his first day of life.
“You got a dream… You gotta protect it. People can’t do somethin’ themselves, they wanna tell you you can’t do it. If you want somethin’, go get it. Period.” So I had to have a real eye-to-eye conversations with myself and ask - …what is my dream ? …Where do I want to go? And do I believe in myself enough to say – I deserve that dream!
"Addiction" Can dreams be addictive? One man says yes and risks everything to keep dreaming. Read the complete story for free at tammiepainter.com...
"Century Acres" Forgotten by their families, an elderly couple find true love at Century Acres.
"Feeding Suspicions" A wife who suspects her husband is cheating on her, attempts to feed him to death.
"Apple" A man must face a difficult choice as he and his wife struggle through a post-apocalyptic world.
Sarah Moon’s work has a strong narrative quality. Working with fairy tales, Moon created a series during the 1980s entitled Little Red Riding Hood, based on the classic Charles Perrault tale. The images in the series seem to have a film noir quality to them. Light and shadow play off each other in a haunting manner. This image is from the series.
"Family Secrets" When Caleb disobeys his parents on their night out, he learns more about his family than he ever could have imagined.
"Purge" You may never pick up a quarter again.
"L'Uomo Cotto" - A struggling restauranteur brings his place back from the brink and helps solve the over-population problem.