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The Witte Museum

Last Saturday Phoenix woke up feeling great, so we were super excited to get out of the house and do a fun family activity.  Unfortunately, the weather was rainy and chilly in Austin so we decided to head to San Antonio and go to the zoo instead.   143 more words

Family Fun

Finished! Here's Shiloh....

I took the painting down to Shiloh’s folks and they loved it so now I’ll get it framed and take it down to them. We are using a white on white mat to pull out the white of his fur with a dark frame.   129 more words


Civil War Ballads: Shiloh’s Hill

Shiloh’s Hill is a moving tribute to the men who fought and died at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6–7, 1862. Just before sunrise, Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston’s 40,000-strong Army of Mississippi attacked Major General Ulysses S. 1,090 more words


Modern Photography: A Few Favorite Photos

I’m fortunate that I get to take a lot of pictures. While I’m intense about my writing, I’m relaxed about my photography. I’m not fancy about. 491 more words


Where Shiloh stands now

I am enjoying the challenge of capturing Shiloh in watercolor.  I’m at the stage now where I want to lay in a varied color background probably in blues and browns that will capture the shaggy white edges around his ears and shoulder fur.   119 more words