I thought that for this challenge I would include two pictures from the same place, Worcester Cathedral. They were taken last year and were deposited on my hard drive and then promptly forgot about. Since then I have invested in new software to ...―
Today we are presenting the second and final part of Most Famous Fine Art Photographers and Their Immortal Art Photography post. In this post we are introducing world’s most famous fine art photographers biography with their magnificent ...―
Modern fine art museum in the medieval church – ancient and modern come together Modern fine art museum with futuristic architecture in old fashioned church Look at this modern fine art museum – it is a good example of how contemporary...―
Today is my princess Name Day and we almost celebrate it like her birthday. Of course birthday is more important and unique day, but why not to find another opportunity to celebrate and have a small kids party? ∙ My post "This week's finds"...―
If some of you recognize the following picture of Lake Windermere (the most famous lake in the Lake District)…that will be because I have posted it before. However this is a new edit, and I always felt that I could do a better version than ...―
A few years back I became fascinated with the outdoor structures of Juke Joints. Every other Friday back in 2004 my husband and I spent Friday nights visiting at my parent’s house. My mother Louise Dillard who went home to be with the Lord ...―
This will probably be the last explody shot for a while, mainly because I have nothing else to edit. This picture is a little different to the others, this is the only one to have real input from Photoshop/Nik software. All the others were just...―
This is another in my experimental explody phase of photography. Taken at Kinver Edge in the UK. It may be difficult to recognize, but these trees have appeared in this blog before, but in a very different (i.e. not exploded) style. For ...―
Just a simple shot of a random path through a patch of woodland at the Clent Hills, very often blogged about in this here blog. If you are feeling adventurous click the “Clent Hills” tag in cloud to the right of this post and see a ...―
theparisreview: ∙ “Illustrator Jonathan Wolstenholme is a fine artist living in London who depicts still lifes [that] feature animated books with arms engaged in humorous scenarios.” ∙ For more of this morning’s...―
So last week I was craving a salad and I remembered what an amazing salad I had once at ...
After attempting to accept her fate in the strange fishbowl world, Kendíka decides ...
I just like to say “Shopability”! But retailers today need to be able to say ...