Category Archives: Art
Artists in the small village of Galisteo had their annual studio tour. We go for the Fall colors along the Galisteo Creek. Day ends with a nice Fall color sunset!
For my last day in Phoenix, I had the pleasure of visiting the Southwest home of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Built in 1937, Taliesin West is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of my favorite subjects of study … Continue reading
While visiting friends staying in Phoenix, we decided to skip the heat and visit the Musical Instrument Museum. A considerable collection of instruments from all over the world, interesting demos and a whole room of instruments that visitors can play … Continue reading
Compassion Fatigue A merry septet on this Dance of Death, 2021 It was bound to happenI’ve got compassion fatigueWatching lots dieFrom a preventable disease We thought Covid was lickedNow ICUs are a messThe light at the end of the tunnelIs … Continue reading
Every year, I spend more time photo-shopping my bracket than actually making intelligent picks. Seriously Texas…
I enjoyed Biden’s speech and I thought it struck the perfect tone for his new presidency. But for me… Amanda Gorman’s poem was the highlight. It was an amazing, uplifting and inspiring end to the ceremony. It ushers in the … Continue reading
A nice tribute to RBG on the rail trail, a mystery plant (wolfberry?) I’m seeing all over the greenbelt and interesting rain cloud over the hood.
Just because I think we all need this right now.
An eye opening web site on inequality… https://mkorostoff.github.io/1-pixel-wealth/ And a wonderful look at sustainability in architecture…