Hello Readers, Last July, Becky B had “Perspective” as the Squares Theme and I was going to link here; however, that post never unfolded. Thought I would share the images today (and I am sure Becky is already scheduling the next theme for us to look forward to) – in the meantime, here are some “perspective leftovers” *** …. *** … More Perspective Leftovers (September 2020 Post 4 of 30)
Hello Readers, Have a few photos from the Pittsburgh, PA area to connect with Becky B’s Squares July Perspective Theme (linking here) …. Let’s end with some generic perspective quotes – as reminders: “If you want to hone accurate perspective – you need to start with small understandings and insights – in … More Photos from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (#squareperspectives)
Last week’s Sunday Stills theme was “perspective” (here) – and Terri was also connecting with Becky B’s Squares July perspective theme (linking here). To join in with both challenges, I have leather boot details to share. Earlier this year, I had the chance to watch a handful of documentaries about fashion. Not sure how I found this … More Leather and Fashion-Themed Shows (Sunday Stills & Squares)
__ Title “Sweet Sweet Song” Fiction word count: 99 “Really? You did it? Officially took the new job and put in notice?” Yeah, baby. We can move for the new job as early as next month. Exhaling, hands across face, Lisa sat down, pulled her hair back saying, “I cannot believe how sweet this feels.” I … More SWEET SWEET SONG (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction) and a few Comics
This week Pegman takes us back to the “Great White North” Resolute Canada. This is my photo prompt: This is my fiction genre: Realistic Fiction with attempt at Humor Title: Don’t be a Nebbish (word count: 150) Dude, you’re a Nebbish. A Nebbish? Is that negative person? Sorta. It’s an old … More Don’t be Nebbish (What Pegman Saw in Resolute Canada)
For Day 19 of the 365 Days of Art – I have a modern day nativity. Lesson takeaways for students: These kind of figures are an example of a type of “sculpture.” Sculptures have 3 dimensions: length, width, and depth (whereas paintings, drawings, and photographs only have 2 dimensions: length and width). Sculptures can be teeny-tiny (size … More Modern Day Nativity (Day 19 of 365 Days of ART)
Even though I am posting daily for the 365 Day Art Challenge, I am still going to join in some photo challenges, so bear with me if it seems like a lot of Priorhouse on some days. 🙂 ~~~~ I was first inspired by what Gilly did (here) for Paula’s TS challenge, which is conceptual photography (here): … More Concept Art: Coffee cup sizes get larger every year
Time for some Thursday Doors. For more doors this week – go here. And here are a few door comics to add a bit of humor to the day: . And seeing that it is Thursday – here are some THROWBACK photos of our dogs (when they were puppies) back in 2005. . . .
and a time when we don’t need personal space… maybe when we invite others in….
I never really watched the Carol Burnett comedy show, but I did see a skit where she talked about sock heaven…. you know, the place where all the stray socks go. When we saw these artistic metal balls made out of old keys, it showed us that someone found a smart way to recycle old, or … More Where all the lost keys end up (key art)
Just some recycled comics for a laugh today – peace to all.