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Life on Top in Panama: The skies looming over the waters

Life on Top in Panama

The country of Panama is pretty synonymous with its Canal. think of Panama and you probably first think of the ships passing through from one ocean to the other.   247 more words

Culture

Triple time 4

Example 4. Johann Strauss II: The Blue Danube, (Measures 45-82)

Strauss plays the melody in the bassoon, the horn, the first violins, and the cellos. It should be remembered that Strauss’s orchestra was to some degree the equivalent of the big bands of the 1930s and 1940s. 1,765 more words

Basics

Cheery Cherry Blossoms in D.C.

Cherry Blossom Tree, Potomac River 4/14 (Taken with my iPhone 4S)

We had a delightful day in D.C. The annual Cherry Blossom Festival was in full swing. 394 more words

Empty Nest

Has Winter Passed?

I believe it’s safe to say that all freeze threats are gone. Today is a beautifully sunny, breezy, clear and 80+ degree day. The sun is almost exactly due West, which means it is headed northerly for the Summer. 89 more words

Views From My World

It all starts somewhere...

Welcome to my blog, here I will be sharing art I’m working on and express my thoughts and share ideas. A little bit of info: I am a student studying Illustration and wish to draw children’s picture books, I love character design and prefer to work with traditional media, but I can mix both! 176 more words

Childrens

Review - The Seasons

By: Jenna Melanson

Album – Pulp
iTunes Link – https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/pulp/id835208059
Release Date – April 8, 2014
Genre – Pop/ Folk
Label – Indie

Quebec band, The Seasons are made up of Hubert Chiasson (Vocals/ Guitar), Julien Chiasson (Vocals/ Guitar), Samuel Renaud (Bass) and Rémy Bélanger (Drums), and they are set to release their debut full length album, “Pulp”, after the success of their EP, “Velvet”in 2013. 213 more words

Spring Broke

This is probably the second to last poem of my Four Seasons poem series. I think that feel I have one more inside and that usually means there will probably be one more. 503 more words