Monthly Archives: February 2014

Snow Abstract #2

This was taken at the edge of the river. The top half is river ice and the bottom half the snowbank. I heightened the contrast and maximized the saturation. I love the blue/green result. Below is the original for comparison. … Continue reading

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Pledge for mother Earth.

Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
I think this a great poster! I especially like the the word ‘irreplaceable’ โ€“ we all share this amazing planet, the only home we’ll ever have. We must take good care of it. A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring … Continue reading

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Snow Abstract

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Waiting for Summer

One of the things I enjoy about blogging is visiting other sites and seeing ‘what they are up to’ as WordPress encourages us to do. Oftentimes, I find someone who shares a similar viewpoint of the world, and commenting back … Continue reading

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Something to brighten up this dreary, gray rainy day.

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Outside, my front yard looks like this: And my back yard looks like this, beautiful with early morning shadows, with about two feet of snow (so far โ€“ย it ain’t over yet โ€“ generally speaking, we get most of our snow … Continue reading

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Listen to this remarkable heart surgeon riff on love, connection and the soul

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Being Truely Happy …

Originally posted on Living Success 3D:
Go for the gold! Great guidelines, how many can you check off? Now is a great starting point if you couldn’t say you do all ten. ๐Ÿ™‚ Living Success 3D View original post

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Do You Know Your Eco-Region?

Most of you are very familiar with Plant Hardiness Zones, which help you make informed decisions about what to plant based on climate. But do you know your ecoregion? Your ecoregion is the unique combination of living and nonliving factors … Continue reading

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