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Parking

There are things I have always liked doing and still do – swinging on swings at a playground, lol…playing jacks and Chinese jumprope, blowing bubbles with a ninety-nine cent bubble wand.   179 more words

Karen Tashkovski

Quiet Places in Paris: The Swiss Valley

Quiet Corners of Paris: The Swiss Valley

One of the pleasures of wandering around Paris is finding small squares and gardens in unexpected places. These quiet green spaces add another dimension to this beloved city, which can feel frenetic and over-run with people at times. 359 more words

Paris

Richmond Hiking Trail

Richmond was almost devoid of parks in my view. One area set aside for a park was still being developed while along the Fraser River, a trail extended along part of the river. 47 more words

Canada's British Columbia

Sculptures in the Tuileries Gardens

The Welcoming Hands 1996, in the Jardin des Tuileries since 2000, by Louise Bourgeois

Bronze patine, granite

The Tuileries Garden, one of the oldest public gardens in Paris, always impresses visitors with its orderly design along the city’s historical axis, with its ponds and lovely gardens, but also with numerous outdoor sculptures. 316 more words

Paris

Turtles are Interesting...

All my life I have loved seeing the sea turtles in our area, so in looking for things as inspiration for my art they were a natural attraction.   33 more words

Metal Art

A man and his art

Ross Ward created Tinkertown during his life time and his family has developed Tinkertown Museum as his legacy. The Museum is off Hwy 14 in Sandia Park on the east side of the Sandia Mountains. 10 more words

Photography