Rush’s “Moving Pictures” Turns 40 -Pausing to Celebrate

Hello Readers For those Rush fans out there, let’s pause to celebrate the 40-year anniversary of Rush’s 1981 “Moving Pictures” album: Isn’t that a GREAT cover? Want to hear some drummer’s reflect about the influence Rush had on their music? Check out Consequence of Sound (COS) where Mike Portnoy, Charlie Benante, Matt Halpern, Arejay Hale Discuss … More Rush’s “Moving Pictures” Turns 40 -Pausing to Celebrate

Black and White Photography (Quote and Old Dog Photos)

Travel with Intent offers a weekly quotation to inspire bloggers.  The quote this week is from Robert Frank: “Black and white are the colors of photography, which symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.”     Linked to PULL UP A SEAT week – sit for the artist… This next one is to join in with … More Black and White Photography (Quote and Old Dog Photos)

Keep Looking Upward – but not too much (Quote and Photo)

Deb, at Travel with Intent (here), offers a weekly quotation for bloggers to connect a post with – and the quote this week is: “I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward.” Charlotte Bronte This is the photo that came to mind for a direct response to Bronte’s quote, especially this part: “Try … More Keep Looking Upward – but not too much (Quote and Photo)

The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)

Deb, at Travel with Intent (here), offers a weekly quotation for bloggers to connect with images and/or words. This week I join in with some museum photos and some words – thanks to Debbie Smyth for hosting her challenges to give us ideas and spark inspiration.  The quote this week is: “All our sweetest hours fly fastest.” Virgil     … More The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)