Tag Archives: monday photo minimalism
Monday Photo Minimalism~The Other Side
I’m pretty sure there is so much more on the other side of that wall. … Continue reading
Monday Photo Minimalism~Evening Serenity
Serenity after the sun sets.
Monday Photo Minimalism~On The Beach
What did I do while I was gone? A lot of sitting and photographing on one of the local beaches that I am blessed to have in this little town where I live in Northern California. In the evenings at … Continue reading
Monday Minimalism~The Easy Button
Sitting back for a few weeks to read and view your posts more; to maybe take a little bit of time to sit on a beach nearby, to delve through some good books. Summertime, and the living is easy. Remember … Continue reading
Monday Photo Minimalism~The Gate
Go up and enter the gate. There’s a beach on this side, I don’t know what’s on the other side. But up I go anyway. It’s locked.
Monday Photo Minimalism~Take a Seat
Old historic buildings are reminders of minimalism back in the day when not too much was all that was needed.
Monday Photo Minimalism~Hommage
Art by Leopoldo Maler. Hommage to his uncle, an Argentinean writer, assassinated for his political essays. Displayed in the Hess Museum in Napa, California
Monday Photo Minimalism~Art Appreciation
At the entry of the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Monet on display.
Monday Photo Minimalism~In the Museum
In the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Art by Ruth Asawa using copper and brass wire.
Monday Photo Minimalism~In Notre Dame
In Notre Dame, Paris; that city of so much art, so much overload to take in with the eyes, there is still minimalism. The eyes come to a spot such as this and freeze. Magnificence in minimalism.