Beautiful pauses, Cloaked in fragrant petals bloom, Life is not a race. Happy Hump-day! I’ve taken a few […]
This morning I read a ‘daily email’ on the subject of Eternity. One of the definitions is: A […]
Before I dig into any New Lifestyle, New Me updates, I thought I’d share some thoughts I’ve had […]
This chair was abandoned on a bridge near my house and I thought of the Pull up a […]
Our life is frittered away by detail. An honest man has hardly need to count more than his […]
One for sorrow, two for bliss—Three for serpent’s mournful hiss. Four for treasure, five for tricks—Six for the […]
Country music is three chords and the truth. Harlan Howard Now that my garden art is dead and […]
The worst cliques are those which consist of one man.George Bernard Shaw
What a wonderful day it is!
First things first. I got my hands on some new filters for Photoshop (thanks to a fellow blogger). Now that my options have increased… so have my ideas. This is going to be a great week!
Little blueberry blossoms, like tiny church bells… shining in their glory.
I wanted to try out another portrait, and I think this one is a great accompaniment to Innocence. […]
Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.Shannon Alder
Spotted on the Beach. Always grateful to have these watchful eyes around. I thought I’d get on board […]
Beneath plump white down
Luscious colors light my world
Through bewitching eyes
“The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words all being there, written […]
Looking at your past is not a bad thing. Not to brood over it, but to cherish fond memories; see what you’ve done right (and wrong); and to learn from your past mistakes. When you take it all in and reflect, you figure out what’s worth repeating, what you should do differently next time, and—more importantly—what you should never do again.
You talking to me?
Another Garden Art image, featuring a touch of gourmet.
Out in the garden
We can see, touch, smell and taste
Garden Art: Flor de pepino
I’m always nagging on myself to go visit exotic places and see new things. In rebellion (I don’t like being nagged), and contrary to my own advice, I decided that what I really need to do is be present and see the beauty that’s in front of me—right here, right now.
I’m going to work on a new series; Garden Art, and this is the first in the collection. It’s a cucumber flower in our backyard garden.
The poetry of earth is never dead. On the Grasshopper and Cricket by John Keats After the vibrant […]
If you see with innocent eyes, everything is divine. —Federico Fellini— A photograph of our cat, Gypsy, for the […]
Be sure and put your feet in the right place… and then stand firm.
That’s a great quote for me today. I’m beginning to realize that sometimes “self-learning” doesn’t really teach me anything. Well, it does but it doesn’t.
Portrait of a Book Lover…
If our shoes could talk, what a story they would tell. RDP Wednesday: Shoe
“Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe.”
—Saint Augustine of Hippo—
Plans that either come to naught… …or half a page of scribbled lines. Pink Floyd
Boys & Their Toys It started with skates, Then a skateboard or two. The toys just got bigger, […]
Just another day
Gazing through a silky screen
Everything looks new
That man is richest whose pleasures are the cheapest. —Henry David Thoreau
Don’t define your world in black and white, because there is so much hiding among the grays.
Creativity is making marvelous out of the discarded.
Art is anything you can get away with. – Marshall McLuhan I wasn’t planning to post anything tonight. […]