Off for Passover!
Like a salmon swims upstream, I go to Toronto for Passover.
This year, Passover begins the evening of Monday April 14.
I will return by Wednesday April 23.
Have a matzarrific Passover week!
See you soon!
Saw this photo for the first time the other day.
(Image: Sally Mann)
Apparently, this is the photographer’s daughter. Ms Mann published a series of photos of her children in 1992 entitled Immediate Family.
An amazing photo. I find it mesmerizing.
Sally Mann is an American photographer, best known for her large black-and-white photographs—at first of her young children, then later of landscapes suggesting decay and death.
Saw this earlier today and had to share it.
Note the delicious skull-pattern on the corset.
(Credit: Hiroshima Photography) 
Be still my cold dead heart!
For you, Jessica!
Skull brocade underbust corset – Lady Moon Designs
Model – Nia Beckett
Photo – Hiroshima Photography
Woodlands occupy a dark, misty, mossy corner of my heart.
I saw this photo and it spoke to my depths!
(A mushroom forest, Norway)
I hope you like it as much as I do.
Given my interest in Entomology and Arachnology, you can imagine how pumped I was when I saw the photo below first thing this morning!
It looks to me like a bug kaleidoscope
(Image: Fleur Alston)
Spring is here. Can the creepy crawlers be far off?
Sorry I haven’t been around lately, kiddie-winkers.
Editing sucks and chews up an enormous amount of time.
Saw this photo and had to post it.
Be back regularly as soon as I can, my little geeks and nerdlings!