I subscribe to The Calm Space and got Your Breathing Space for January in the mail. It's a very beautiful photo you can download as wallpaper for your computer. The interesting connection is that the photo is by Amy Palko who I know from Twitter, @amypalko. It's a small world.
I came across a beautiful photo on Flickr, Tools of my trade.. It's all rights reserved so you have to go there to see it. The text for that photo says: Not a museum shot just an old fashioned bloke with a love for old fashioned tools.
When searching for images for my blogs I use Flickr Creative Commons (free if source is given) and iStockphoto where you buy the right to use images. For more sources, see 100 (Legal) Sources for Free Stock Images. A favicon (also known as a website icon, shortcut icon, url icon, or bookmark icon) is a... Continue Reading →
I use iStockphoto for images and get their Tip of the Week. Today it says: LIFE and Getty Images, the two most recognized names in photography, have created LIFE.com so you can access millions of breathtaking photographs — for free. LIFE.com lets you wander through the legendary LIFE and Getty archives, and with more than... Continue Reading →
A link to this photo turned up in my Twitter stream today, it is a beautiful photo. Original tweet was from @holistic1. To see a larger version of the photo, go to Lotus Pond at the Library.
This photo turned up in a tweet from @Alicat13 and I like it a lot. That image really is peace and harmony. Source: TwitPic.
I got a link from @amypalko to an amazing photo. It is fairly simple, "only" two hands, but it carries a lot of emotions and makes me think about my own family and our different generations. The small version here is only a teaser, go see the real photo at Two hands span four generations.
David Airey has a post about The alphabet, but not as we know it. There are several creative alphabets, from a human crafted to photo-based fonts. The human crafted alphabet is shown below, to see the rest of them - click on the link above. This was originally posted at another (now extinct) blog of... Continue Reading →
Albert Einstein once went to school in Aarau in Switzerland. Nowadays there is a restaurant named EINSTEIN. It is a really nice place with café, bar and restaurant. There was a big plastic statue of Albert E outside, probably only temporary. Compare the size with the house behind the statue, his head is at the... Continue Reading →