Inspirational song! You can fight ISIS with love. I like that theme! Catherine is fairly new, and already she’s tackling controversial topics… Catch this video; it speaks of an attitude we should have toward radicalism wherever it should ‘seriously’ raise its ugly head.
I should likely write a whole lot of stuff right here about the ISIS attacks and what I think of them..but I’m not going to…alternately, I could give you URLS (as if you haven’t already seen enough in the news pages on the net already..) but, I’m not going to do that either…no one who’s read about these dreadful attacks needs a revisit, honestly…so what I am going to do is to do what I do best…I’m posting a song that was originally done for the tragedy in Haiti in 2010…which would seem, if you’re a literalist, to have nothing in common with ISIS attacks…oh, but it does…death, my friends, is death…fear is fear..and we need desperately and sincerely,not to lose sight of either discussion, just because it is not happening in our country…there are people out there in the world, who because of this terrorist group, are trying to…
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These as always, are all amazing photos Adrian! Some, you play with light. Others look sureal! I don’t know why I’m compelled to reblog your work so much Adrian… Just can’t seem to pass it up! You show a rare talent, and I think that should be shared! Your ‘creative mojo’ looks just fine to me!
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Half-Light
A quick one from me this week as I seem to have lost my creative mojo ….
INRI Stained Glass. The acronym INRI (Latin: Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum) represents the Latin inscription which in English reads as Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews.
Large golden Sitting Buddha statue with people praying
Victorian Laundry Room
Penmon Priory is located on Anglesey, where the Menai Strait returns to the Irish Sea. The Priory sits in a pastoral location close to the banks of the Menai Strait clustered together with St Seiriol’s Church, the Dovecote, and the ancient Holy Well of St Seiriol. The monastery was founded by the 6th Century celtic Saint, Seiriol, but Viking raids have destroyed the remains of the original structure. The church and the conical tower were built in the middle of the 12th Century under the…
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WOW! Stunning photos Adrian! And that was an impressive rundown about the cool warehouse ship… Victorian living looked so Flintstones! LOL! I can see I have no choise but to reblog you… You’re making me do this to you ya know…
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Harmony
After a quick internet search the definition of harmony in photography is something like this …..
“Harmony in visual design means all parts of the visual image relate to and complement each other. Harmony pulls the pieces of a visual image together. Harmony can be achieved through repetition and rhythm”
So for this weeks theme i thought i would show you some of my more harmonious Diptychs & Triptychs photos, Triptychs are often used to separate images that are variants on a theme, or may be one larger image split into three, Diptychs are usually pairs of images.
Diptych of Thai Sunflowers
Triptych of Autumn with the acers turning red North Wales UK
Triptych Hand of Buddha
llanddwyn island Triptych
Triptych of The worlds first Iron Bridge built over the river Severn in 1779. Built to a design by architect…
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Source: Up Bitter Creek Friday Giftures
I thought this an excellent treat for those who don’t know about Friday’s Giftures! You’ll find a fun blog here, and also, some hilarious, short, animated ‘Giftures’… I’m gonna take a wild stab at this, and say it’s a substitute for ‘Gestures’. My favorite one is of the grey cat, but they’re all good! Check it out!
LOL! I call your attention to the average hourly views: ‘0’! LMAO! WordPress called my attention to it, with the message: ‘Spartacus! Your stats are booming!’ I have 17 views and 4 visitors and my stats are booming? Why don’t they just say: ‘We’d like to give you a booby prize!’ What are they on? I swear it must be some kind of medical marijuana! The truly odd thing is, technically, I have to actually count this as an award! ridiculous! I know what they’re really saying: ‘Look! Stop coming here, and we’ll make you famous!’ Did I wake up to this? Or is the planet spinning in the wrong direction? Well, anyway, gee thanx!