I have owned and used both the X10 and the X20. I really loved their versatility and dedicated super-macro mode as well as the very handy f/2-2.8 zoom lens with a broad range of 7.1-28.4mm (28-112mm full frame eq.) But in the end I always ended up selling them off because I always used the […]
Originally posted on A Teacher’s Reflections: People think of an art museum as… art, single standing pieces on their own right. Imagine masterful, award winning art combined with the best literature, in one museum. Exciting? You bet! A hidden gem in Amherst, Massachusetts. What is your favorite childhood book? Madeline? Perhaps it is Make Way…
TMI Project is a nonprofit offering memoir workshops and storytelling performances that breed compassion and dismantle barriers to human connection.
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: You may remember Mary Walton’s recent guest post, 10 Proofreading Tools For Writers. This is another fine list of author resources compiled by her. Oh, and here is one of my favorite comics of all time: 9 Best Grammar Tools For Writers The most interesting, fascinating book can fall…
In Little Atoms, JP O’ Malley tells the story of the Irish nuns who a multi-million dollar corporation exploited to help produce its toys.
*Click on pictures for closer view … … from the distractions of activated mind, more or less. By the space around the subject, of my images, in balance usually. See how simple space is, clarifying the thing it surrounds, shaping the form. It’s a matter of perspective, sense, in ever shifting degree contained. See the […]
Estonian photographer Urmo Parts’ nature photography is awash in saturated color and stunning detail. “The person who presses the shutter makes the picture, not the gear.”
Glorious. Color. Makes you smile, doesn’t it?!