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1. The Art of the Mesolithic Era
The Art of the Mesolithic Era
The Mesolithic Era is also known as the "Middle Stone Age" because it links the older, Upper Paleolithic Era otherwise known as the "Old Stone Age" to the Neolithic Era which is also known as the "New Stone Age". The Mesolithic Era covered approximately 2,000 years and took place between 10,000 a...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:41:14
2. Upper Paleolithic Cave Painting and Art
Upper Paleolithic Cave Painting and Art
This page is dedicated to the appreciation of humankind's oldest known forms of art; Paleolithic Art. Paleolithic or "Old Stone Age" is a term used to define the oldest period in the history of humankind. The Paleolithic lasted for some 2.5 million years, from the first stone tools until the end ...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:45:02
3. Photographing Old Buildings
Photographing Old Buildings
Old buildings have intrigued me artistically. They inspire me to "make art" by photographing them from different angles, composing and cropping and framing them with nature. I have got myself into the habit of taking my camera with me almost everywhere I go so that I don't miss out on a great sho...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:43:26
4. Ravens and Crows
Ravens and Crows
These large black birds with the piercing calls have been with us for a long time. Found all over the world, ravens and crows haunt dreams, bring omens, trick us and amaze up with their intelligence and wit. Sometimes we are led to believe there is more behind those little beady eyes than just a ...
Pets & Animals - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:42:33
5. Cemetery Angels
Cemetery Angels
I have always loved photographing cemeteries. The older the cemetery, the better. And I have found that my fascination with the ethereal messengers formed of stone and granite is ever growing. I often tend to look first for the angel forms in a cemetery when entering it for the first time to phot...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:42:06
6. How to Photograph a Cemetery
How to Photograph a Cemetery
Many people have asked me why do I like to photograph cemeteries. I have no solid answer for this, other than, "I just do." I am not a goth and don't walk around dressed like a vampire or anything like that. Cemeteries have always been a peaceful place to me and I don't get frightened by them, ev...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 13:43:26
7. My White German Shepherd, Dusty Rose
This lens is dedicated as a memorial to my beautiful white German Shepherd, Dusty Rose. (1981 - 1993) As far as dogs go, Dusty Rose was the cream of the crop. Not only was she a beautiful white German Shepherd specimen, but she had a heart of gold and was a truly good friend of mine as well. I h...
pets-and-animals - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 02:42:44
8. Quick and Easy Casseroles
I completely get it. I was used to working 10 hour shifts, coming home and having to decide what to make for dinner. Eating out and fast food are not the best option to keep costs down and nutrition up. I have experimented over the years with a few good fast dinners that anyone who boils water ca...
food-and-cooking - Fri, 13 May 2011 01:46:55
9. Valentine Gifts For All Ages
Why not give a gift on Valentines Day to let someone know you care? I have heard all kinds of excuses from those who don't want to participate in Valentine's Day: " It is just a gimmick created by Hallmark to sell more cards!", "Valentines Day isn't a real holiday" and last but not least, "Valent...
holidays-and-celebrations - Tue, 11 Jan 2011 04:46:00
10. Small Kitchen Appliances and Tools You Should Not Be Without!
Over the past 35 years, I have found that there are certain items I simply cannot do without in my kitchen. I have been called a "Kitchen Gadget Freak" at times because I like to try out every new small appliance and gadget that hits the market. Many of my gadgets often end up sitting in the back...
home-and-garden - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 02:46:06
11. Raising Chickens Changed Our Way of Thinking About Them
This is the story of a little rooster with a big heart. He not only had a big heart, he stole our hearts as well. I hope you enjoy this story of our first pet chicken named Chickie Boom - Boom. Many people think of chickens as nothing more than an unintelligent, egg-laying food animal. But my fam...
pets-and-animals - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 02:43:19
12. How to Draw a Dog Portrait in Mixed Media
Recently, a friend of mine asked if I could draw a portrait of her son's dog that passed away as a gift for his family. The dog's name was "Mia" and she was a rescued shepherd mix that only had a half of one ear. They didn't have many good photos of Mia to give me for reference. The photo I chose...
How-To & Education - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 02:41:09
13. Buy a Great Christmas Tree Skirt
If you are like me, you are probably tired of wrapping that old white sheet around the bottom of the tree each year. Why not decorate your Christmas Tree completely? You spend so much time on the lights, ornaments, garland and icicles, why let it stop there? Adding a beautiful tree skirt is like ...
home-and-garden - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 02:38:06
14. Sacred Prey -- Young Adult Fantasy
I wrote this story about a young man named Jrok who lived in ancient times. He is sent on a special journey by the Shaman of his village to help bring food to his people during a time of scarcity. Jrok was to hunt the scared prey. The inspiration for this story came from a news article I recentl...
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:36:27
15. My Art and Photography
I have dabbled in many different artistic venues. I have tried my hand at many different mediums from acrylic paint to charcoal. I enjoy photography and have worked as a darkroom technician and photographer for a local newspaper. I also freelanced as a wedding photographer for 5 years. I worked a...
arts-and-design - Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:35:27
16. Poetry Written About Anger
Let's face it, we all get angry over something at one time or another. So, how do you handle anger? Do you throw a fit? Cry? Scream? Well, I like to write about my feelings when I am angry and I find it is a great de-stressor. In other words, it helps to ease the tension and stress of anger. It a...
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:31:07
17. Creative Writing to Deal with Grief
At some point in your life you will grieve. It could be the loss of a loved one, friend, pet, or even the loss of a job. But you will grieve. How you handle that grief and recover from it are important. There is a grieving process that we must go through in order to recover our mental health. On...
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:30:14
18. Are You Ready to Go Digital?
If you are like me, and have decided to move your love of scrap booking and photo memories into the digital age, then this page is for you! Let's admit it; we don't need to have more "stuff" around the house. I had piles of photos, tons of papers, scissors, stickers, embellishments, rubber stamps...
hobbies-games-toys - Thu, 17 Mar 2011 06:25:33
19. Low Carb and Low Fat Recipes
If you are trying to loose weight, maintain weight lost or are just eating healthy, here are some recipes for you to try. Easy to prepare and better tasting than the plain old "rabbit food" many diets require you to eat, but just as good for you. You may find that these recipes are similar to one...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 24 Feb 2011 06:30:35

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