Category Archives: decorative art

Peace (and a commitment to be better)

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!!!!!!! This morning, I briefly reread one of my many, no doubt, inflammatory, highly offensive and abominable attempts at writing gosh knows what, to whom, and for what purposes. I am deeply sorry to one and all. As … Continue reading

Posted in Canada, communications, decorative art, energy, evolutionary biology, flowers, futures, global village, information age, internet, intro | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Peace and Self-Determination for Ukraine

Despite my 2 emails about Ukraine — one under very flustered circumstances (besieged as I’ve been with accounting errors by financial institutions, stores overcharging me, etc; plus a slew of donation requests; and my own expenses incurred by having to … Continue reading

Posted in animals, architecture, artwork, decorative art, energy, env activism, experimental, food, global village, information age, internet, Jewish history, Marshall McLuhan, multiverse, music, nature, oppression, outerspace, people, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Either/Or’ by Kierkegaard — FASCINATING (Please, please read…)

I hope this Wikipedia page about Søren Kierkegaard’s book Either/Or (Danish: Enten – Eller, 1843) doesn’t get somehow altered. It’s a fascinatingly close summary of what my own life experiences and dilemmas have been like — transgressing or transcending a … Continue reading

Posted in animals, architecture, artwork, cars, decorative art, energy, env activism, experimental, fish and marine life, flowers, food, global village, holography, information age, insects, internet, intro, Jewish history, Marshall McLuhan, multiverse, music, nature, night scene, oppression, outerspace, people, pets, places, portraits, scenery, seasonal, Self, space, sports, Stephen Hawking, string theory | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Downton Abbey: A New Era — Coming Soon!

Despite my recent morose, long-winded posts, I was very excited to see the ads for the new film, Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022), coming out soon! (Thank you Nora Ephron and Ayman Mohyeldin for sharing some lighter moments, at … Continue reading

Posted in animals, architecture, artwork, cars, decorative art | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

A Super-Aged (Would-Be) Communicator, LOL!

Through the multiverse and back!
Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized, nature, people, pets, places, animals, intro, portraits, experimental, architecture, decorative art, artwork, scenery, therapy, env activism, energy, music, Self, global village, Marshall McLuhan, information age, Jewish history, internet, oppression, outerspace, space, multiverse, Stephen Hawking, Thomas Hertog, string theory, holography | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Arts Therapy

Collaborative mural we women did in Women’s Wellness Arts Therapy group. Profound comment by one participant, Lisa: “Science makes living possible; the arts makes living worthwhile.”   These two pieces were done by Lisa in about an hour. It’s hard … Continue reading

Posted in artwork, decorative art, experimental, people, portraits, therapy, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Trying to Find a Groove

Nothing in particular about these photos. One is from my current personal development course (Managing Conflict). And there’s my dog, of course. She always crosses her paws, very lady-like.  🙂                                               … Continue reading

Posted in animals, architecture, artwork, decorative art, fish and marine life, flowers, food, nature, pets, places, therapy, things | 3 Comments

The Season’s-a-changin’

Been awhile since my last post – like many Canadians, I have SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). Don’t know how to take interesting landscape photos when the surroundings start looking bare and stark. You may not see much from me until … Continue reading

Posted in decorative art, flowers, food, nature, people, places, scenery, things, toys | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Summer’s Feast – Part 2

Summer’s quickly coming to an end. Days are shorter, and the weather is definitely chillier. Just learning to shoot pictures here and there, wherever I can grab some light and good vibrations. I’ve only been at this since July, and … Continue reading

Posted in architecture, decorative art, flowers, food, nature, people, things | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Summer’s Feast – Part 1

Food, flowers, felines (and maybe some structures and street art, too)…                                                                          

Posted in animals, architecture, decorative art, flowers, food, people, pets, places, things | Leave a comment

To All the Flowers I’ve Loved Before…

A familiar theme: flowers. Can you blame me? So naturally captivating! I’m worried I’m going to run out of subjects soon. Not because there aren’t great things out there to photograph, but with my social anxiety, it’s not always easy … Continue reading

Posted in decorative art, flowers, insects, people, portraits, things, toys | Leave a comment

Expressive Clouds and Sunsets

This is all a jumble, but the theme is re-examining the ordinary.  And in the case of the sunsets, I tried to capture the glory of it, but it’s never quite the same in pictures.                 … Continue reading

Posted in cars, decorative art, experimental, flowers, people, portraits, things | 2 Comments

Exploring my surroundings

These may not be the most thrilling photos, but heck, we find pictures where we can.                    

Posted in architecture, decorative art, experimental, night scene, places, things | Leave a comment