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I’m pretty sure there is so much more on the other side of that wall. … Continue reading
Serenity after the sun sets.
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
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
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.
Old historic buildings are reminders of minimalism back in the day when not too much was all that was needed.
Art by Leopoldo Maler. Hommage to his uncle, an Argentinean writer, assassinated for his political essays. Displayed in the Hess Museum in Napa, California
At the entry of the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Monet on display.
In the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Art by Ruth Asawa using copper and brass wire.
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.