Monday, November 7, 2011

The parks become an Artist Palette

A stroll in Volunteer Park in Seattle with the sun streaming through the leaves on the trees was just so peaceful. I delight watching the transition from the lush green summers to the crispy colorful leaves. It makes me think about the transitions that I make each season.

Monday, September 5, 2011

The Columns Tumble

The ancient column is often considered a classical design showing strength and history. You will see columns used in the design of churches, government buildings and banks over thousands of years.
I find it thought provoking to see these modern sculptures of a classical ancient column tumbling in the courtyard of the Washington Mutual building in Seattle. Need I say more?

Sunday, September 4, 2011

They are Always Watching

There are gargoyles, sculptures, and murals that are watching us all the time in Seattle. Look around and see who/what is watching you when you walk around town!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Sweet perfume of lavender

Many fields of lavender of different colors and sweet fragrances were open to wander through at the lavender festival in Sequim WA in the summer of 2010. Quite a day with Maureen and Lynnette.