Being green can be an everyday event, practiced by many.
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Climbing to the top requires determination, dedication, perseverance and foresight.
Sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for. You never know who might show up.
Reworking and rewriting old stories can take you to new places.
Before you hit the road, you might want to consider your means of travel.
Outdoor art need not come in large forms.
For some, the real work begins after the initial task is complete.
Shadows are everywhere and when present they can create intriguing design elements, which can greatly enhance a photograph.
You don’t have to travel to far off wilderness areas to experience solitude. It can happen right outside your back door.
Floating in air (or space) is a graceful maneuver.
Las Vegas has a great ambience for street photographers.
Durango is a place in Mexico and a word rooted in the Basque language.
This pesky feline has proved to be one of the most resilient fictional characters of all time.
Path Path My time in St. George, Utah consisted of camping out in the red rock desert just north of the city limits. My trip into town included traveling down this scenic bike path. Once in town, my first stop was usually […]
Trouble can come at any time.
New horizons can be created by simply leaning your head back and looking up.
Relax This would be a nice place to relax. Wish I was there now. Relax
The way we see Santa Claus has changed over the years. He is still the jolly fat man in the red suit, but his message may be changin’ with the times.
Is there life after being sawed in half?
Sometimes, chaos can prevent you from finding your way.
About The Visual Artist I first became aware of Hartwig. Kopp-delaney, when I had a list of 30 travel quotes accepted and published at Brave New Traveler, a popular and offbeat online Zen travel journal, where I have been an infrequent contributor. Along with my humorous words, the editors added a funny photo of a […]
Blue Door with Wreath in Santa Fe Local Santa Fe Color Today, I returned to Santa Fe, NM for the first time in 15 years and to my surprise the place looked very much the same as when I last saw the New Mexico mountain town. The main difference was that the city was bathed […]
History of An Image I snapped this picture, while wandering around Prague with an old Pentax viewfinder film camera. The year was 2003 and it was my first visit to the continent. Immediately upon encountering this real-life and surreal setup, I knew I had a memorial picture. In real life, some nursery (trees and plants) […]
Just yesterday Google announced that it was entering the e-book market with a program called Google e-books. With its already well-established base of several million public domain books, Google quickly became the leading provider of e-book material in the public arena. Unlike Amazon or Barnes and Noble, they do this without the introduction of their […]
Here is a whirled image made from a regular photograph. The process is simple. All you need is a Photoshop program; nothing fancy, for Photoshop Elements works fine. Basically, you open the the “Filters” heading, and then select “Distort”. Then open up the drop down menu and choose “Twirl”. Now move the slider bar to […]