Snow-The Winter Months

pexels-photo-235621.jpeg“Snow refers to forms of ice crystals that precipitate from the atmosphere and undergo changes on the Earth’s surface.” – Wikipedia.  For those of us who live on the East Coast, we have not been lacking in the downfall of snow this year.  As I sit in my house with a hot cup of coffee, my dog by side, and the TV blaring Bravo, I wanted to share the beauty of this black and white winter picture.  Landscape is a great topic because there’s nothing better to capture than nature.  Ansel Adams, the well known artist who is known for being one of the greatest landscape photographers of all time said, ” there are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” As the delicate snow is about to fall again, and a brutal storm moves through the eastern part of The United States this week, I wanted to present this picture for those of you viewing to enjoy. I hope it reminds everybody of the elegance of mother nature, and her beauty that can be captured by pictures. The art of photography is an amazing thing that hopefully can distract those that have or are about to experience harsh winter conditions. Stay warm, stay positive, and stay creative.


Liberty Making The World Go Around


One of the most well known statues in the world, The Statue of Liberty is an iconic one. I felt like posting a picture of our United States statue, which was originally a gift from France, because I love the pictures that have been taken of her over the years. I also love the design and sculpting aspect of the prominent copper statue. The National Monument on Liberty Island in New York City represents freedom and strength. Today, I hope that all of you viewing are having everything that you desire, and the insight to build and create anything you want just as the beautiful Statue of Liberty was built. Here’s a picture of The Statue of Liberty for you to admire, and look to for inspiration.


February’s Top Inventor Thomas Edison


As yesterday was Thomas Edison’s birthday in 1847,(February 11th,1847-October 18th,1931), we are paying tribute to one of the greatest inventors of all time. Thomas Edison invented the motion picture camera, the phonograph, and the light bulb. He also is credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. He held over 1,093 patents as well.

Design, Fashion

Calvin Klein And Warhol Display