Wednesday, May 31, 2017
One of my favorite things is to walk New York City streets and photographing it's architecture. I love capturing all the old and newer buildings. I am also intrigued by fire escapes. They have great lines.
Manhattan seems to be always having a new buildings going up. They contrast to all the older buildings
Our recent trip was to Manhattan. Our focus was midtown to the Bowery. We planned our weekend around museum visits. Lots of walking and picture taking.
9 Architectural Photography Tips
Monday, May 22, 2017
One of my favorite spots in Massachusetts is the Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate in Canton. It is a Trustees of the Reservation property. Last Thursday, we had a photo meet-up. The theme
Dandelions are not part of the garden theme but I couldn't resist. Ruby the Llama, also, wasn't part of the theme but, she is hard to resist. She is a funny character with quirky expressions.
We hope to have a show at the Estate in July of our photos. It is a busy time for the estate, many weddings happening there all summer, Stay tuned for details
The neighborhood just received a Little Library! It is next to Terri's Market and is super cute. It was painted by Artist, Cindy Mootz
I was the picture taker and it was an honor
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
My Arty News for you
My photo "Urban Jungle" received an honerable mention for photography
|Taken in Haarlem, Netherlands on a walk|
Massasoit’s 8th Annual Arts Festival at the Canton Campus
Sunday, May 21, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Rain or Shine.
Exhibits include the Regional High School Art Competition showcasing Blue Hills Regional, Canton, Randolph, and Stoughton students; the Annual MCC Students Juried Show in the Akillian Gallery; and the Open Juried Show under the tent. The “Our”Story: 400 Years of Wampanoag History exhibit returns courtesy of Plymouth 400. Tour the Milton Art Museum and the George Georgacopoulos Honor Garden in early bloom.
See Guild Members artworks by Mona Podgurski, Cindy Mootz and Alice Donaldson
Information here Annual Massasoit Arts Festival
See two of my Photos in the "Water Exhibit"
Monday, May 8, 2017
I love the vibrancy of the neighborhood, Chinatown, in San Fransisco, California. It is hilly and full of lots of lanterns, old signs, restaurants, stores and more... I will always recommend visiting this part of San Fransisco
San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. It is one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco. You can use this site to learn more about the attractions, culture, history, and events in Chinatown. If you plan to visit us, you can book a Chinatown tour, hotel rooms, and more. From this website
Read more of my musings of this neighborhood