Weekly Photo Challenge: Refraction. Who knew that the seemingly simple act of bending light could lead to all these ranges of optical effects.
In my dreamscape, I find shapes and scenes in foggy weather quite dreamy. They harken back to something old and ancient in the deepest recesses of my being.
There is something about nature; trees, grass, flora and fauna, that prettifies a neighborhood. Beautiful neighborhoods have a special attraction
Signs make us think. Some make us laugh. All have stories to tell. We have a pigeon problem in NYC… Well, it depends on who you ask
In every city in the world, night time is magical. Every thing glows… At night, I’m in my element; alert and ready to explore the creative realm.
We are part of a global family and when we honor the humanity in others, we do same in our selves…
Having just returned from a week at a French Chateau, I would like to share some of the delicious sights that France had to offer.
We don’t have to win the lottery to live our dreams.. create new experiences that will help sustain your spirit of adventure.
When I think of the word fray what often comes to mind are images of the persecuted, lonely and homeless.
A Silhouette can be described as an image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of black
When I think of summer, I dream of languid days spent at a beautiful tropical beach with clear blue water, palm trees and
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Work Of Art ~ Joy of collages.. I love creating collages as they help me pull together things that catch my attention and remind me to pause and inhale the beauty in my surroundings. If art is in the eyes of the beholder, then we come to it with our own perspective and vision of the surrounding world. Van Gogh’s quote made me stop and think… Why do we always allow others to
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside In confined spaces, everything becomes pronounced, re-framed in a constrained, yet focused way. For this photo project, I decided to let the photos speak to you before I add my interpretations of what they represent. What do you see inside each shot? Where are they located? What do these shots tell you?
After spending the month of February contemplating the word – Perspective – for NaBloPoMo, I was nicely surprised to see it as the chosen word for this week’s photo challenge. One thing I know for sure is that 10 people can look at a painting or photograph and come away with different opinions about what they saw. I’ve always found this important point fascinating