Healthyville has taken the concept of sculpture parks to a new level. Visitors can now enjoy the well-manicured park with its unique interactive sculptures. Continue reading Temperature Readings in the Park
I started this piece a few months ago but had a mental block. Last night the spark of ideas flowed so I pulled out the spray paints, leftover embroidered butterfly and assorted whatnots to complete the piece. Continue reading Chaos & Hope
Roberto wanted to reach out to the community in new and creative ways. That is why he offered to pose beside an embroidered heart to get the message out. He also suggested we abbreviate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Imagine how … Continue reading Miniatures, Embroidery & Personal Protective Equipment
Fred has been tirelessly working to source product to send to people in need. Pictured above, he’s in the N95 factory. (He might need a bigger forklift!) Continue reading Fred is ready to ship Personal Protective Equipment
MaxSource International has Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) available and ready to ship. Minimum Order Quantity is 10,000 units. We have N95 masks, KN95 masks, 3 layer masks and face shields. Continue reading Personal Protective Equipment is Available including N95 masks
Bradley is enjoying the peaceful solitude of nature. Fred was busy working in the fields. There’s no rest for the weary but he wouldn’t have it any other way. He has always found comfort working the land. Camera: Canon EOS … Continue reading Social Distancing and a Return to Nature!
Take a break from the news and social media to soak in the beautiful gifts of nature. Although the Dallas Arboretum is closed until the threat of the Coronavirus is over, I have tulip photos from this year and previous … Continue reading Bright & Cheery Makes the Day Less Dreary
There is a fascinating microcosm in a heap of debris. Continue reading A flood at Oak Point Park, Part 2
A couple days ago Oak Point Park in Plano experienced a heavy thunderstorm.
When I approached the debris-laden area, I was surprised to discover the number of critters hanging on for dear life. … Continue reading A flood and unexpected truces at Oak Point Park, Part 1
Here’s a collection of photos from a couple trips to the Dallas Arboretum. Don’t miss your opportunity to visit the Arboretum. The beauty of nature is always a pick-me-up! Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IVDates: February 9th and 29th, 2020 Continue reading Spring has arrived at the Dallas Arboretum
I saw this street vendor while in Mexico and couldn’t help but think of the Pixar movie, Up. Can you imagine being a little kid having the opportunity to select a balloon? Would you be the one to request the … Continue reading Balloons in Mexico
No, it’s not a typo. The name of the hotel is 21c Museum Hotel. It’s not like any other hotel I’ve visited. It’s a quirky hotel combined with an art gallery that speaks to my unusual taste. This piece of … Continue reading 21c Museum Hotel
There was a man sitting quietly on a bench at Crystal Bridges Museum. Was he lost in thought? Or even worse, was he lost or forgotten? He held a brown paper sack. Did it contain lunch or all his worldly … Continue reading My new friend at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
While most people take photos of fresh spring blooms, I think it’s just as interesting and perhaps more enjoyable to take photos of the spent blooms. Notes: Dallas Arboretum Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS … Continue reading Death & Destruction