Top level photographic art portraying all types of endangered, threatened or almost extinct animals. Some of the best I’ve seen from National Geographic photographer turned world animal ambassador Joel Sartore.
There are certain things I looked forward to every winter vacation. Getting up early to see what Santa brought. Eating exotic goodies. Watching the Rose Parade on tv with mom. It was amazing what could be done with flowers, plants and seeds. This year I looked forward to seeing the floats in person.
11/12/2016 Although this museum is small in size it makes up for it in sheer volume of information kept about this impressive tiny town. I’ve included what stood out to me historically and people that you are simply better off for knowing about their life and accomplishments.
You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will be as one John Lennon – Imagine One of my first records was a Beatles album. I was a huge fan of John, Paul, and Ringo. I still have the audiophile boxed vinyl […]
The intricate beauty of the outside building architecture hits me as I draw closer. The sheer building size is daunting, the entrance steps take me inside. The massive sculptures gaze down upon me and beckon me forth. I sit down for a bit to take it all in.
I wanted a castle when I was a kid. Nothing like cold hard stone to keep your enemies out. I never got a castle to replace my cardboard fortress but I still had hope. Maggie told me there was a castle in Central Park we needed to visit. Central Park was lush and lovely. Perfect […]
“Stories may well be lies, but they are good lies that say true things, and which can sometimes pay the rent.” Neil Gaiman I visited to see the The Uses of Photography: Art, Politics, and the Reinvention of a Medium show.