Blogs I Follow
- temporary land bridge
- Deidra Alexander's Blog
- dawn2dawn photography
- On The Heath
- Teresa Wentzler's Art Blog
- Drawn From the Fire
- Bodhi Institute of Theology
- hope is handmade
- Terry Ann Hartzell - Insights
- Tapestry Girl
- To Draw is Human
- Pictures from GraceLand
- The Illimitable Ocean of Inexplicability
- Light on Canvas
- Watercolor etc.
Tag Archives: 50mm
12’x16″ – acrylic on birch panel Detail:
Not too complicated, but just intricate enough for the intended result. I’m thinking simplicity again, though, much like the first in the series.
So, wth is a bubble chamber? I was checking out some more information online about those lovely tracks and became curious in how they were exposed to a camera. Here’s the basic Wiki explanation: The bubble chamber is similar to … Continue reading
Another Mennonite/Amish farm. As the family grows and sons/daughters marry, farmhouses are added on to accommodate. Some become huge rambling places and, in future posts, I’ll show you just how big they can get.
Not sure whether this would be a new Mennonite or Amish house, but the green and white colours are the norm. Note the utilitarian lines of the house and the grounds. This is what I like… zero pretentiousness, built to … Continue reading
The Mennonite and Amish communities in my area are expert builders and their clean lines and practical style is always a pleasure to see.
Mares eat oats And does eat oats And little lambs eat ivy. A kid’ll eat ivy too. Wouldn’t you? :D