These are by a French Canadian photographic artist, Denis Collette. I lovehis use of color, and his approach to his art. He photographs the area surrounding his home, then uses the photographs as inspiration for these impressionistic creations.
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"A northeaster (nor'easter) is a winter storm that forms in the mid-latitudes between the months of September and April. Nor'easters travel northward in the Atlantic Ocean, with winds blowing towards the shore along the eastern United States and Canadian coastlines. Because of the cyclonic nature of the storm system, the winds blow in a northeastward direction, affecting long reaches of the coastline while the storm is still far to the south. Nor'easters tend to be very large and move slowly, generating high waves t...Read more
I'm going on a date next week. My first since age 19 hahaha. This is a mighty strange feeling. Just the thought of it is cracking me up. And kinda scaring me. I'm looking forward to it tho. I think.
Winter Shadows by Betty Atkinson
This artist lives in Anchorage, Alaska and paints a lot of landscapes. The link shows more examples of her work. : ) Link
Peter Pan's Shadow
"I wasn't crying about mothers," Peter said rather indignantly. "I was crying because I can't get my shadow to stick on. Besides, I wasn't crying."
"It has come off?" "Yes."
Then Wendy saw the shadow on the floor, looking so draggled, and she was frightfully sorry for Peter. "How awful!" she said...Read more
We are imperfect shadows. We are thoughts of an absent-minded god...
Can't recall where I found this one, saved it awhile ago & just found it again..
I did a couple of manga images of Ben & sent them to him. It's amusing trying to figure out the shape of the face, what features to use etc. Here he is at a family party with one of his cousins. Their friend popped out from behind just as the pic was taken, that's why he looks so maniacal & pleased with himself haha.
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
A stately pleasure-dome decree
Where Alph, the sacred river, ran
Through caverns measureless to man
Down to a sunless sea
~by Samuel T. Coleridge~ 1798 Link