- 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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I absolutely love being near the ocean — as a water sign, it’s where I feel most complete and in tune with myself, which is always a good thing! So I’ve been to many beaches in my time, from the … Continue reading
“I would believe only in a God that knows how to dance.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
The view from above reveals people out and enjoying a bit of a nosh, whether waiting to order at a cafe in Sydney’s The Strand shopping gallery (above), or enjoying take-away oysters in San Francisco’s Ferry Building (below). Either way, … Continue reading
A homeless guy gathering his belongings in front of one of America’s biggest financial institutions offers a telling contrast between the haves and the have-nots in America, while the Go West sign offers more than just a little irony.
As you climb up the staircase of life, you can always expect to run into a few obstacles.
With so much to see and do in Sydney, sometimes you just want to kick back, sit on the nearest bench and take it all in! For more benches, check out Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack?
Colorful … or scary? You be the judge!
The pic above might lead you to believe that San Francisco was about to be struck by a meteor! But it’s all smoke and mirrors, folks, courtesy of a crappy iPhone pic. Below is what the scene actually looked like. … Continue reading
“Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’… into the future.” What time is it? Time to check out Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack!