Mini Interview about Pittsburgh with Dan Antion @ No Facilities

Good Morning Readers..  Today I want to share a mini interview with blogger Dan Antion @ No Facilities.    How did this interview come about? We finally had the chance to visit Pittsburg earlier this year and I went to Dan for some information. I think of Dan with most things Pittsburgh.  It really is … More Mini Interview about Pittsburgh with Dan Antion @ No Facilities

Easy Like Summer Morning Song and Easy Chicken Biscuits (One Word Sunday)

The theme for One Word Sunday is Easy. The first thing that came to mind? It was The Commodores (1977) “Easy Like Sunday Morning” song. __ The second thing that came to mind? The almond flour biscuits I whipped out last night. SO EASY! Almond Flour Biscuits Recipe Two Cups Almond Flour  Pieces of shredded … More Easy Like Summer Morning Song and Easy Chicken Biscuits (One Word Sunday)

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Geranium Inspiration & Corona’s The Rhythm of the Night song

The Lens-Artist Photo Challenge this week is Inspiration    ***  This week, after chatting with Bushboy via his Feather’s post, I was inspired to bring geranium blooms indoors.  *** Splashes of indoor beauty can add visual rhythm to life.   Corona’s (1993) “The Rhythm of the Night” song is not to be confused with Debarge’s (1985) … More Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Geranium Inspiration & Corona’s The Rhythm of the Night song

Sculpture Saturday – Artsy Stuff from the Florida Keys

Hi Readers,  Joining in with Sculpture Saturday  SCULPTURE: Three-dimensional art made by one of four basic processes: carving, modeling, casting, or constructing (Tate, 2020). ____ Down in one of the Florida Keys – they have this bike sculpture: *** — Care to join in with Saturday Sculpture? Create a post about sculptures, then link or ping back to … More Sculpture Saturday – Artsy Stuff from the Florida Keys

Virtual Tea Party – and Trent’s Weekly Smile (flowers and coffee too)

Hello Readers. This is the first time I have been able to join in with Su’s virtual tea 9.17.20 … Okay – if you prefer coffee – I can make you some leftover Italian Roast in the press pot: … Now – here is what made me smile today (linking to Trent’s weekly smile) Flowers … More Virtual Tea Party – and Trent’s Weekly Smile (flowers and coffee too)

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Negative Space

This week for the Lens-Artist Photo Challenge, Amy invited folks to share images of negative space in photography. Amy shared this: Negative space is the area around the main subject of your photograph. This space is empty or unoccupied. Spencer Cox at Photography Life explained it this way: Photos with high amounts of negative space are: empty, … More Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Negative Space

Sculpture Saturday – Pathway to Key West History

Hi Readers, First time joining in with Sculpture Saturday (thanks to SMK and Sheree) Down in Key West, Florida they have a sculpture garden near the Margaritaville Marina. The musicians performing were my favorite (but all sculptures were so creative and well done). *** This is the kind of music that was in my mind … More Sculpture Saturday – Pathway to Key West History

Looking Up Photos with Throwback Thursday “Crazy for You” Songs

Looking up in downtown Richmond, VA *** Today’s photos – looking up  reminded me of a CD I wore out in 1997 – it was Crazy for You -and here is the track for “things are looking up” *** *** **** And now this one – “What Causes That”   ***     Let’s close … More Looking Up Photos with Throwback Thursday “Crazy for You” Songs

Two-for-Tuesday – Unique Vans & Elway for Trent’s Weekly Smile

Hello Readers -Time for a Two for Tuesday Post to share what brought some smiles this week (for Trent’s weekly smile)  I saw two very unique “vans” this summer: Van #1 Van #2 In closing, here are two different photos of our dog, Elway. These two photos were taken two weeks apart – but form the … More Two-for-Tuesday – Unique Vans & Elway for Trent’s Weekly Smile