Categories: America, Art, Betty Boop, Book Excerpts, Boston, Brooklyn, Chögyam Trungpa, Collage, Color, Compassion, Consumerism, Divination, Earth, Friendship, Gratitude, Healing, Health, Humor, Journal, Life, Light, Love, Meditation, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mixed Media, Mural, Mythology, Nature, New Jersey, New York, New York City, Philadelphia, Photo Essay, Photography, Poetry, Pop Art, Pop Culture, Psychology, Rainbows, Random, Recovery, Spirituality, Surrealism, Thoughts for the Day, True Confessions, Writing
The past few months have found me busy at my 9-to-5 gig, where I’m currently photographing fashion products for sale on eBay. I’m accustomed to seeing one-of-a-kind items, but these shoes by Icon really took the cake. Each shoe features the well-known print of “My Sweet Rose” (a.k.a. “The Soul of a Rose”) by the late English painter John William Waterhouse (1849-1917). Truly incredible!
Every year, Philadelphia’s Loves Park hosts a holiday-themed open air market called “Christmas Village.” As illustrated in the following photo essay, grey skies and blustery air aren’t enough to deter throngs of shoppers from gathering together to check out wares, sip hot beverages, and scout out holiday gifts for their loved ones. Welcome to Christmas Village! **BONUS SECTIONS!** The following three images, while not “Christmas Village” per se, were captured in the general vicinity . . . And, last but […]