Inspired by my Facebook friend Ruth Christine Mortimer, who recently posted photos from an 1800s cemetery near where the Bronte sisters lived, I decided to take some photos in a West Haven Connecticut cemetery. And here’s my favorite. When taking the picture, I did not see the dragonfly above the statue. Here’s a closeup. A […]Read More Angel Statues. Images from a cemetery.
A quick blog post. This year I decorated sparsely, at least for me…being in the hospital for a few days a few weeks ago threw me. It really put a stick in my bicycle spokes, so to speak… I decorated the front door, in a weird but bright way. I also got around to hanging […]Read More Xmas Pictorial Musings
I watched a woman walk by; carrying a fairly large shiny brass elephant. I saw homeless people pushing carts; as usual in big cities- a sharp contrast between suited coiffed shiny people, and abject poverty.Read More My Road Trip, In Pictures
I think of ravens and crows interchangeably. I can’t help it; I just do. Ravens are bigger in size although there are other differences too; like their voices. Supposedly the crow can say ‘uh-huh’, ‘caw’, ‘eh-aw’, ‘kow’, ‘aww’, and sound real nasal, whereas the raven is harsher and says things like ‘kraa’, or it makes […]Read More Some of Crows’ and Ravens’ Roles in Fairy Tales and myth and Literature
(above-my version of a Van Gogh) (above-my version of a Monet)Read More SOME OF MY PAINTINGS, here ART thou
There is a mysterious local New Haven artist going only by the moniker: ‘Believe In People,’ often shortened to BIP. Watch out! A giant baby holding a briefcase-wielding businessman! This particular painting ‘sprung’ up “guerrilla style” on the side of a business along State Street. In this instance, the painter had the permission of the […]Read More Believe In People and also Levi Brown, “Graffiti” and Photography/Art taken to New Lengths!