Posts Tagged ‘life’

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This has been an interesting week, challenged to find and publicly post photos on Facebook of my husband and I. This experience has caused me to step back from life, and have a look at times passed by. Ray & I married in 1974, which in the grand scheme of things is not that long ago, but for two people sharing a life together, it is the majority of our lives. We have been together for many more years then we have been apart, and with a relationship that has had all the ups and downs that comes to all relationships, I am proud to say we are still enjoy been together all these years later.

We have so many photos! Photos that record our days before we married, the birth of our children, homes, holidays, work experiences, all the good times and the bad!  It has been difficult to select just 7, as these images are our personal hallmarks to the passage of time!

To strangers they are just snapshots, but to me and mine these are our moments that will  be remembered forever!

 

 

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It’s a cats life

Posted: April 23, 2014 in Animals, Life, Nature
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Find a sunny spot (the dining room table) & sleep!!

Meet Lenny, a boy that is really very smart, even though he tries so hard to portray an aura of simplicity. Yes, his is a cats life!

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Make Good Art! This is such an inspiring speech, and so apt for someone about the graduate and make their way in the world of art making. It is 20 minutes long but will worth the time.

Brian Cooney's photography blog.

Thanks to Alan Frost for bringing this to my attention.  Here is a 20 min video of Neil Gaiman, the writer who created the graphic novel The Sandman, sharing his own compelling, inspiring story.

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ever experienced the benefits and pleasures of sunlight, air and water on your whole body – in the wide expanse of nature?

My latest school assignment is finally taking shape.

I have been looking into the world of naturism, and trying to capture how ordinary it can be, and how easy it is to continue with life’s daily chores and be clothes free.
These people are not strange or freakish, they are just ordinary people going about their ordinary lives, confirming that naturism is more of an attitude or a life perspective as much as it is about actually being nude.