My brother sent me this one. It’s from Jakub Polomski. I feel like as cold as it is this November in Wisconsin, I think this is what our winter is going to be like this year. Yikes! (that’s me and my family walking to the store because we’re out of milk and there is so much snow that we can’t drive.)
Thought I’d share a picture within a picture. This is my son in a studio at his art school. He is going to SVA (School of Visual Arts) in New York city. It’s a wonderful opportunity for him: wonderful school, exiting city to live in… He’s in his junior year and learning a lot. I like this picture because of the color: Aaron’s sweater matching his artwork, because of the perspective: him and his supplies with the art in the background, and because it’s my son! Of course. Nice job, Aaron!
I have a friend and his wife who are doing some traveling for work. Their latest stop is India. This is one of their photos.
I sure hope this guy knows what he’s doing!
I took a similar photo in El Salvador.
I never knew this place existed. Isn’t it lovely? It’s a national park in the US.
This was taken by Justin Brauner at Zion National Park in Utah. Now I have a new place to add to my must visit list. I think that road along the creek would be the way to go.
This is an amazing photograph! The color, the setting, the reeds in the water, the heron… I could see this done in oils. Nice job Jeffery.
I haven’t shared a photo recently because I’ve been preoccupied and usually a photo drops into my lap, but it hasn’t this week so I struggled to find something I wanted to share. I hope this one works for someone.
We had a storm around where I live the other night with some impressive lightning, so this inspired me. I love thunderstorms, especially in the summer. We hadn’t had rain in many weeks, so I just stood in my garage with the garage door open so I could get a good view and feel the spray of the rain on my face – glorious!