Saint Valentine’s Day, often simply Valentine’s Day, is a holiday observed on February 14 honoring one or more early Christian martyrs named Valentinus. It was first established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD, and was later deleted from the General Roman Calendar of saints in 1969 by […]
This is a photo I took of a hot air balloon flying low overhead. To best see it, click on the image once to enlarge, then again for full size. This is one day of my Project 365: A Photo a Day for a Year. So, please check […]
Democracy – – – – the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship USA. Its four-year mission: to explore new sources of green energy, to seek and wipe out corporate greed, and to boldly return rights and jobs back to the American people.
Now, don’t poo-poo this idea for a Valentine’s Date…. The sweet scent of sewage may not sound romantic, but for lovers of urban infrastructure, the Department of Environmental Protection is offering a Valentine’s morning tour of the Newtown Creek Wastewater treatment plant.
Yes, it was a very moving weekend. Literally. Moved from my little casita into two bedrooms in my dear friend Lyn’s house. I hate moving. Is there anyone who enjoys it? If so, they have to be a masochist. I think I would rather receive paper cuts in […]
The Earth does not belong to us; we belong to the Earth. ~ Unknown Photo source: 1x.com “Hila arborea” By: Carlos Barriuso
An absolutely phenomenal interactive site which allows you to zoom in and out, depending upon where you want to start or go, by using the scroll bar. I also found using the left/right buttons work as well. Clicking on any of the objects will provide you with the […]
Well, just about to tear down my system for the day. Kind of painful since I’m so addicted to the internet, blogging, photography and graphics. But I will be back online later tonight. I am moving into my dear friend Lyn’s house. The lady who is a professional […]
… The answer my friend is blowin’ in the wind The answer is blowin’ in the wind… ~ Bob Dylan Photo source: unknown
David Kracov’s breathtaking sculpture entitled The Book of Life will really give you butterflies. The metal sculpture, which stands at around half a metre tall, is a tribute to the extraordinary life of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, director of Charbad’s Children of Chernobyl organisation.