Layers There are layers of time, in words – in thoughts – in relationships – that can all be peeled away like the paint on a canvas Posted for this week’s Weekly Photo… Continue reading
I took these photos a few years ago that I’ve never shared. This was at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Amelia Island, Florida. There are some really cool old headstones and some even cooler… Continue reading
Sometimes cemeteries are creepy; other times beautiful. Like the people in them, I think they each have their own personalities.
They don’t call Hawaii the rainbow capital for nothing. It rains often, and depending on which side of the island you’re on, you may get to see a rainbow just as much. And… Continue reading
This is the 3rd in a series of self portraits I drew in college. I suppose I was contemplating the meaning of my existence at the time. Below the mirror is a locked… Continue reading
This was part 2 in a series of 3 graphite drawings I drew in college. I didn’t intend for them to be self portraits, but in hindsight, I cannot see how they were… Continue reading
I drew this when I was a first-year art student at Daytona Beach Community College (now called Daytona State). It was part of a series of 3 graphite drawings incorporated with poetry. Drawing… Continue reading
I’m not much of a morning person, but watching a sunrise is soothing and one of the best ways to start the day. In this neighborhood, the locals put on an evening… Continue reading
I’ve studied Tarot for several years. A common misconception is that the Death card literally means someone is going to die. It actually means transformation – or an ending to one thing and… Continue reading
Domestic abuse often repeats itself for many generations. If we don’t respect ourselves, how can we expect others to do so?
I have friends from all walks of life. I simply cannot understand how people can judge others based on who they love. Life is difficult enough, so why hate people who love one… Continue reading
All relationships are important to children. How many promises have to be broken before one loses her self worth?
What does abandoned look like? Does it mean weathered and alone? Or merely left to contemplate existence?
Sometimes we have to choose what is best for us in the long run. It causes emotional upheavals in the crevices of our minds – crevices we weren’t even aware were there. Do… Continue reading
There are many legends about Hawaii’s lava rocks. Many people believe that if you remove rocks from the island it brings bad luck, and there is even a Hawaii lava rock return! Personally,… Continue reading
Originally posted on Sunshine Witch:
“Even in the darkness, when you look closely enough you can see a bit of light shining through.” ~ Shannon Hart Hudnell Have you ever been in a…
I’m participating in the online adventure travel and outdoor photography magazine Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers This week’s Challenge is: Clouds!
I’ve made a tremendous amount of changes in my life over the last two years. These are major life changes that mainly involve moving to another land and changing careers, not to mention… Continue reading
As a traveller, I wouldn’t recommend Southern Illinois to be a destination to visit unless you plan to die of boredom. However, there is a lot of history and places worth stopping if… Continue reading
This is probably one of my favorite places of serenity to visit. Located on the side of a mountain on the island of Oahu, the grounds at Valley of the Temples is covered… Continue reading
Why is it that with all of the technology available today that homes built do not last for a lifetime without crumbling to the ground, yet the ancient peoples built things that have… Continue reading
I thought I’d break up this week’s travel photos by adding a little love. 😉 To see more of my people photos, visit my portfolio here.
Yesterday I posted some photos of Grotto Hill, located on the same grounds as San Xavier del Bac Mission. I have never been inside of a holy place with so many interesting things… Continue reading
I started ghost hunting about 10 years ago, long before it became a fad and long before I ever saw any TV shows on the subject. I guess I’m what you would call… Continue reading
I’ve taken thousands of sky photos, so a few years ago I decided to choose about 70 of my favorites and put them to a video. After adding some of Youtube’s free music,… Continue reading