Every now and then a pearl of wisdom assumes boulder-like proportions and cannot be ignored. Evan’s post today is one of those pearls and it is my pleasure to share it with you.
“One hundred artists from all over the world reinterpret the Hell, Purgatory and Paradise today.” —YouTube Here are some outstanding examples of what people are doing with the cameras in their smartphones. I am still looking for a name for this genre of photograph. They call it “Mobile Art” and I am leaning towards “iMages”.…
This week’s challenge is to take a photo of a display of salable goods. I found this ceramic dog on sale in a garden supply store in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The subject of this week’s challenge is Big, and this whale skeleton certainly fits the bill. Washed ashore in 1988, this 72 foot-long Blue Whale weighed in at 80 tons and it is on display near the Marine Mammal Center in the Marin Headlands.
The Fabulous Mizz N provides a sense of scale for us.
This week’s challenge is the letter “o” as in, “OH MY GOD”. This weekend the US Navy Blue Angels ruled the skies over San Francisco as a part of the 2012 Fleet Week. Here is an order of International Orange with a side of OMG.
In honor of World Animal Day on October 4th, Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is Animals. The critters featured below, and their cousins, have been frequent visitors to our “Backyard Salad Bar” for years. Last year we finally put up a fence around the backyard and now we have vegetables and flowers and no deer (Oh, dear!).