- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Beaches
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Dance
- Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above
- Dynamo Donuts: The Robotic Art of Eric Joyner
- In Memorium: The Classic Album Cover Art of Storm Thorgerson
- Jello San Francisco!
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Contrast
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Up
- This Just In: The Intriguing Surrealism of Andrea Wan
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Benches
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Monthly Archives: November 2012
The mirror’s reflection shows sushi chefs hard at work in a Tokyo restaurant. So much sushi … so little time!
Naoto Hattori was born in 1975 in Yokohama, Japan. Raised as a child in the Japanese traditional arts and culture, he plunged into modern pop culture as a teenager, becoming enthralled in board sports like surfing and skateboarding, street art … Continue reading
Over the rivers and across the oceans, man sails the seven seas in a variety of water-farin’ vessels of all shapes and sizes!
Lots of liquid (and things that live in liquid) at the awesome Sydney Aquarium! It’s raining liquid at Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack!
This week, the letter U stands for Ultraman, seen here making a personal appearance in what appears to be the Ultraman store in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Hayata!
Seeing the massive Tian Tan Buddha at Hong Kong’s Lantau Island shrouded in fog made an already mystical experience even more mystical. For more mystical sightings, check out Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack!
I recently came in possession of a LOT of broccoli. So you know what they say: When life gives you broccoli, make soup! This is a pretty easy recipe that’s an amalgamation of a number of recipes I found online. … Continue reading
You can’t get much greener than a lizard … … unless you’re a frog!
Element of hope, fear and the anxiety of our uncertain times, especially when it comes to the environment, are part of the unsettling visions of Portland-based artist Josh Keyes. His worlds are populated by wild animals of all sorts roaming … Continue reading
San Francisco is famous for its many architectural icons, and the Transamerica Pyramid is one of its most prominent. Standing like a sentinel since its completion in 1972, and sitting smack in the middle of the Financial District, the … Continue reading