AMADOR 2017

  Last year I did a post on Amador County, where hubby and I live on an unpaved road, after having lived for  3 decades in Los Angeles’ suburbs. The reason for this culture shock was to have space to do bigger paintings. Still haven’t given up the specialty stores like Trader Joe,, Aaron Brothers,…

ALL SEASONS – OCTOBER ONE

             Hello All Seasons bloggers Link open Sunday October 1 through Wednesday  evening Oct. 4  till 7pm., Pacific time Many thanks for each of your posts. All so different  from each other, which I like! Lovely and beautiful posts, people! I am absolutely convinced you have become better photographers since we began All Seasons:)…

ALL DUCKS IN A ROW IN SEPTEMBER

  Click on the title of this post, if you don’t see the comment section! The DUCKS is referring to all the things going on in our life. At Rosh Hashanah. the Jewish New Year, things in our life are evaluated. Love it, so that I don’t have to do this at Christmas time:) SCROLL…

SEPTEMBER CHANGES

  SCROLL DOWN for ALL the MEMES AND CHALLENGES, mes amis! they are listed on the bottom and are direct links Clicking on the title of this post,  makes the comment section visible! The Hague, where we went to college, and our son as well. In the  city changes  can be visible by  the architectural…

CAN’T BELIEVE AUGUST IS ALMOST OVER!

          Mirror mirror,  on the wall – where has the summer gone?? (Weekend Reflection)         If I could be a rose, I would Floral Bliss, Floral Fri Foto, Makro-Tex – flower           Sunday One Word asked for colorful. That’s easy – this  has been…

ALL SEASONS – WILD LANDSCAPES AT END OF AUGUST

      Hello Dear Blog Friends, link open from Sunday Aug 27 – Wednesday Aug 30 till 7 pm , Pacific time   Many thanks for your seasonal experiences last week! The trips you have gone on in All Seasons has gone in many more directions than I anticipated! It made me want to…

THE VALUE OF TIME

                              Man can build many impressive and beautiful buildings, Los Angeles Area Simple straight lines in “glitzy” high rises may become stunning when nature’s colors are reflected. ABC Wed -Glitzy, Tue Travel, Weekend Reflection, Sky Watch, Fri Hunt: high rises and…

THE IRIS

      1)Even though it’s a blurry drive by, this could be the beginning of a movie, capturing blooming meadows (Sunday Trees, Weekend Green)           2) Elated with some inheritance in our yard of previous owners. Since the irises bloomed during a hot spell, these Purple /Burnt Orange ones bloomed…

ALL SEASONS – AUGUST (6) FUN

  This August week, we love to see what is brewing in your Season! Something you like to do on a regular basis, or long trip, o a short one. Close or across the globe. an event or change in your life … the sky is the limit. the link is open Sunday (Aug 6)…

A DOOR IN ATHENS and JACKSON

        Do you have a preference in building styles? More important than the style is for me how the accessories “frame”  the building. With this church I like the arched windows and door and the round walls and bowl-like roof . At the same time, I like the pointed front, framing the door…

DETAILS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

  – With my oil paintings I like to get across whole concepts, but with watercolor I crave for some Specific details. (Fri Hunt) 1) This tower in Balboa Park (San Diego) has beautiful details in Mexican building style with tiles. The big arches for the staircase and bell fry could count as door openings,…

STONE BUT NOT COLD

        In contrast with the expression “stone cold, ”  my experience of stone is reliable and warm IF YOU CAN’T SEE THE COMMENT SECTION, please click on the title of the post (*Stone but not cold”) Corner building – I believe Lucca (Italy) – it looks OLD! One Word Sunday: Old, Tue…