Static, I think that is one word that comes to mind when describing a war monument. The Battle of Britain Monument is unusual in that it is dynamic. Not only do the elements of the monument protrude in interesting ways, they do so at eye level. It is a very interesting work to walk around. It was... Continue Reading →
I’d like to share this post featuring the writing of Theresa Barker and a photo of mine.
Photo by Maranto Photography is used by permission of the photographer, all rights reserved.
One of the blogs I follow is Photography Journal Blog, where the blogger, Amy Maranto, posts the most amazing photographs. She also generously provides information on how the photograph was created, sharing her knowledge with other photographers and image-creators. The image above came from Amy’s blog. Please take a look at Amy’s message in “About this post” at the end of my story!
In Search of Fairer Sights
She has traveled. Though it is little known, the mermaid of Copenhagen, Den lille Havfrue, visited China in 2010. She wishes to see the sights beyond her home location positioned on a rock near the promenade, but so far, Shanghai has been the only acquisition in her tourist portfolio.
It is a matter of some vexation. She is considering placing an advertisement in a global publication…
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After a downpour it's hard to miss the shine of the sun. I got this photo after a fairly heavy rain. The few raindrops left on the petals stand in contrast to the bright sun: I left the editing of this photo to a minimum. Here is the original: The change here was done using... Continue Reading →
If you stop by this blog regularly you will have noticed that I changed my theme a few days ago. I am using the theme Able, and so far I like it and I think I will be sticking with it for a little while at least. I would like to thank those folks... Continue Reading →
I don't usually reblog, but I thought I would share this post from Queen Creative. The third e-card created is "mine" in that I filled out the form and hit submit. This blog, and the individual blogs of their contributors are great and geeky, so consider checking them out! Cheers!
Geometry, that was my favorite math in high school, and it is also the topic of this week's photo challenge at WordPress. I don't do a lot of architecture photography but this shot is a picture of a stairwell in the St. Louis Art Museum that caught my eye. I think it fits for this... Continue Reading →
It is getting cooler and the leaves are turning. It was raining and I got this shot in front of my house: I love the color of fall! Cheers!
I'm just thinking as I write this that I may never be able to see this date without feeling a bit sick to my stomach. So, I am not posting a photo today, just this link to my friend who has a spot on the South Memorial Pool of the 9/11 Memorial.