Guest host Shane Francescut says go photograph a stationary subject from three different angles. Check out his photoblog The Weekly Minute, it’s so inspiring.
IN THE KITCHEN
Where Creativity Meets Good Taste
This is the ultimate cooking school and party space near me in Tequesta, Florida. It’s Foodie Heaven. And Lenore is its Goddess.
She has a swellegant demonstration kitchen where you can learn new techniques, improve your skills, or just sit back and watch. She offers hands-on interactive classes and demonstrations. I attended the demo ~ Lenore did all the cooking, I did all the tasting.
In The Kitchen serves real food. Fresh, natural ingredients. Seasonal, local, organic.
For you gardeners and farm share holders, here’s my idol, Lenore, with a timely demo.
Chief Semicolon Advocate at WordPress Michelle W. says share an image of something creepy. Unsettling. Eerie. I dare you to look at her babies.
An abandoned castle on the breath-abating vertical trail to Erice, a small medieval town in Sicily prized for its defensive position by Carthaginians, Romans, and Normans.
WP photographer Cheri says a door is an everyday thing, yet is often a symbol — of a beginning, a journey forward or inward, a mark of one’s home, or even a step into the unknown.
Above the town of Randazzo, I hiked in the Parco Dell’Etna across the lava fields to the Rifugio Giovanni Saletti hut. A welcome sight ~ despite the state of its door.
Red. Orange. Yellow. Green. Blue. Indigo. Violet.
twice as nice
Donde termina el arco iris,
en tu alma o en el horizonte?
Where does the rainbow end,
in your soul or on the horizon?
― Pablo Neruda, The Book of Questions
Beauty is composed of many things and never stands alone. It is so fragile it can be destroyed by a sound or a thought. It may be infinitesimally small or encompass the universe itself. It comes in a swift conception wherever nature has not been disturbed.
I admire avian architects.
The fabricator of this nest? I’m not sure but the nest is blue-chip inside and out, ingeniously built with natural materials. My best guess? It involves plenty of maternal labor. It’s perfectly adapted to housing wee eggs and young offspring in safety and comfort. Fixed together with gossamer-like fibers, the young at the bottom of this nest will be enveloped in a mass of feathers. Mouth-gapingly awesome. Toni 5/18/15