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The Table - Photo by Melanie Greenwood

The Table – Photo by Melanie Greenwood


To memorialize that meeting, Stephanie photographed the table and chairs where they had met.

She and her sister had just concluded a meeting with Agent K from the Men in Black. They were to be the first women recruits. This was history in the making!

Heading to the building that housed operations, they made their way to the newest locker room, built just for them. Her sister was Agent V, and she Agent Z.

Changing clothes, they set out to their first assignment. A drunken Narkilian was in a bar, and every Agent knows that Narkilians cannot handle their alcohol!

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I truly enjoy the creativity of others and I enjoy art, so for today, I thought, why not share some of the art that I have enjoyed? I am not sure who the artists are on most of these. Even so, I did want to share these photos of art with you that I took! Are you ready to take a look at some cool artwork?

Here is just one of the panels of painted glass that I enjoyed when I was in Denali!

Painted on glass

Painted on glass

If you have not visited Lisa over at Zeebra Designs and Destinations, then I ask that you take a moment to check out her amazing artwork! This piece, not yet done, reminds me of her work!

Reminds me of Lisa's work over at Zeebra Designs

Reminds me of Lisa’s work over at Zeebra Designs

Here are two pieces made from tile. The salmon is by artist Terry Pyles and is entitled “Yeltatzie Salmon.” The second done by another artist is a leaf design!

Yeltatzie Salmon by artist Terry Pyles

Yeltatzie Salmon by artist Terry Pyles

Ginko leaf in tile

Ginko leaf in tile

The next three pieces are metalwork. They are each so different.

Bronze work

Bronze work

Caribou in metal

Caribou in metal

Metal work

Metal work

This last one is by a native Alaskan.

Native art

Native art

I hope that you enjoyed all this art! I certainly did!

Have a wonderful Wednesday, and thank you for stopping by! Be well! ^..^

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A while back I had the opportunity to visit the great State of Alaska. Going inland, I wanted to see that famous mountain which is the highest peak in North America at a height of 20,320 feet, or 6.194 meters. The mountain: Mount McKinley! Most folks that visit Alaska with the hopes of seeing this mountain do not. Only 30% of people who visit the various areas with hopes of see this mountain do! And, I got to see this beauty! So, for today, I wanted to share with you various views of this amazingly huge mountain!

Early in the morning, Mount McKinley made an appearance!

Mt. McKinley early in the morning

Mt. McKinley early in the morning

Then the clouds move in but I still can catch a glimpse!

Hiding behind the clouds

Hiding behind the clouds

With cloudy skies above, one break in the clouds really shows off the beauty of this mountain!

Sun shines on the mountain

Sun shines on the mountain

Here is a photo capturing the mountain a bit closer!

A bit of a close up

A bit of a close up

I had the opportunity to see the mountain while standing along the shore of the Susitna River.

River view

River view

The sun sets, and as it does I capture this dramatic shot!

At sunset

At sunset

Traveling behind the mountain, I snap a photo of Mount McKinley from the backside!

The backside of the mountain

The backside of the mountain

I felt very privileged to see this amazing wonder of the world! I hope that you enjoyed these photos of this North American beauty!

Have a great Tuesday, and thank you for dropping by today! Be well! ^..^

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2014-10-27 - BW Beacham

Little did we know that Grandpa was a collector. For years, he lived in that old, rundown house on 15 acres. I have fond memories of swimming in the old pond, picking blackberries at a patch near the house, and climbing the huge oak trees to the fort he built for us. What we never expected, after he passed away, was to find what we did!

He had so few knickknacks around the house. Behind the house, there was another outbuilding. We had to hire a team to clear the brush so that we could take down the old structure, getting the property ready for sale. That was when we found the cars. There were so many!

Most of the cars were Fords. There was a sign on the building indicating “Ford Parking Only.” This was odd to us. Why? Because not only did he a collect cars but we always thought Grandpa loved Chevys!
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Mondays Finish the Story

You too can join in on this writing challenge! A photo is provided and the opening sentence of a story that you get to finish using 100-150 words! Join in on this Mondays Finish the Story challenge! To get to this week’s challenge click HERE!

I hope that you liked my bit of flash fiction! Thank you for taking the time to stop by today for a bit! Have a great Monday and be well! ^..^

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The Haunting - Photo by Alastair Forbes

The Haunting – Photo by Alastair Forbes


I moved into my 1890’s Victorian house nine months ago and began restoration. Shortly after I started the work, strange things started happening.

The first thing I experienced was hearing the sound footsteps on the second floor. When I looked around, I realized no one was there. Then one day in the living room, I discovered that one of the wing chairs mysteriously moved next to the fireplace. I could smell cigar smoke. I do not smoke cigars, nor did I move the chair.

One night, sitting in the patio room playing my guitar, I felt my arms grabbed from behind. As I could see all doors in the room, I realized that I had not seen anyone come in. Looking behind me, I saw one of the houseplants swaying for no apparent reason. Talk about being creeped out!

With the restoration done, by now it was early fall, I decided to have a dinner party. One of the dishes I was going to make was a fresh pumpkin cauliflower soup. As I walked into the kitchen to start cooking, there was the pumpkin, carved and glowing. I had not carved the pumpkin.

It turned towards me smiling and winked.
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Thank you to Alastair Forbes for hosting Sunday Photo Fiction, and for the inspiring photo to go along with this challenge!

And, thank you dear reader for taking the time to drop on by to visit today! May you have one heck of an amazing Sunday! Be well! ^..^

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I came across some Asian artwork, and snapped off a bunch of photos so that I could share the amazing pieces that I discovered. The details of this artwork is amazing to me. If anyone can identify which culture this comes from I would love to hear from you!

Happy faces

Happy faces

A beauty

A beauty

Dancing

Dancing

A lion

A lion

Isn’t this artwork cool? Well, thanks for stopping by today! Have a spectacular Saturday! Be well! ^..^

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Guest host Pete Rosos has chosen the subject “Cover Art” as this week’s WordPress Photo Album. This got me thinking about what photos that I can feature that would make for good cover art for a music album or a book. With this in mind here are the photos that I feel meet this week’s challenge!

The Old Man

The Old Man

Blue Dasher

Blue Dasher

A break in the storm and a rainbow pops!

A break in the storm and a rainbow pops!

Respect

Respect

Stained glass wings

Stained glass wings

Winter

Winter

I hope that you enjoyed this selection of photos! You too can join this challenge by clicking HERE!

May you have an amazing Friday and a wonderful weekend! Thanks for dropping by! ^..^

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