Blogs I Follow
- MaxReynolds: Sunrise, Sunset and other Visions
- In touch with Emma
- The View from Birchwood Hill
- Sarah F Burns
- Yasmin Rose
- martinis, bikinis, and lamborghinis.
- B O N G A N G ART
- T. James Moore
- stefanie robinson
- ElectricCoconut Designs ✦ SophyAmelia's Bustlin' Blog
- pgcps mess - Reform Sasscer without delay.
- Arise Bharat
- Trollboy's Blog
- squirrel and pear
- Dennis Witmer's Web Site
- Fenland Photos
Tag Archives: photography
The drill is easy to figure out as to how it is used. The little detached cup-like object is held in the palm of one hand and presses down on the top of the drill. With the other hand, the … Continue reading
Protecting both from the elements, the dual purpose carrier frees the hands while trekking across the tundra looking for geese, ptarmigan and other wildfowl.
This harpoon is another stabbing tool, but the head is detachable from the wooden base. The rope, of course, is for hanging on to the walrus once it has been taken. Not something I’d ever be willing to try as … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 31,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading
16×20″ – acrylic on birch panel (reposted with more camera care)
Acrylic on board – 12×24 inches
(1154×1200) Did I ever mention that most of my inspiration comes from books? Well, If I did I apologize for my redundancies.
(1200×914) The figures have become distinct and now I’m wondering what is behind my decision to ‘see’ them in the first place. Could it be world events, such as the current North Korean situation or is it something even more … Continue reading
The Black angels are a psychedelic band from Austin, Texas, and I like them because they remind me of the music I loved during the late 60′s and early 70′s. Having watched them open a concert with Black Mountain (Vancouver … Continue reading
Mixed media on birch panel 14×18″ Finally finished and photographed in natural light. Now on to the next project…