Gettysburg Rocks

Rock Painting is a very popular activity that both adults, children & especially families to do together.  I figured I would do something special commemorating the 155th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.  I will probably be doing this rock painting project as I tour & hike other historical sites & national parks.  Have you … Continue reading Gettysburg Rocks

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Fall Planting

It is official!  Today is the first day of fall.  Bring out the apple cider & warm jacket.  Wait!!! It does not feel very fall like here in Maryland, but the leaves are slowly changing and our nights are getting cooler.  You may think that all your butterfly & bee loving plants don't get planted … Continue reading Fall Planting

Terrarium

Right now building your own terrarium is growing in popularity.  You can find plants, glass jars, pebbles & figurines to build your terrarium in craft shops, nurseries & home improvement stores.  Unfortunately these things do not have an easy to do manual. #1. Glass Jar: the bigger the better.  I got my terrarium jar at … Continue reading Terrarium

Celebrating Antietam

  Starting in 2011 to 2015; the National Parks Service will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War.  Nonprofits and other organizations are planning countless living history and battle reenactments.   My family and I decided to remember the Battle of Antietam this year by not going to a battle reenactment.   There … Continue reading Celebrating Antietam

Rare: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species

  TITLE:  RARE: Portraits of America's Endangered Species AUTHOR: Joel Sartore GENRE: Nonfiction SETTING(S) :  America SUBJECT: Animals, Photography, Environment, Rare Species and Nature MAIN CHARACTERS :  America's Extinct, Endangered and Protect Species SUMMARY:  Noted photographer Joel Sartore takes a haunting look at the species who are currently endangered and extinct in the USA.   The … Continue reading Rare: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species

Joy and Hope

I've always had an eye for photography and took two years of photography in High School then two semester in college.  Upon graduating from college, I found it difficult finding any inspiration for my photography, drawing, painting and graphics. So instead of treading the same path, I decided that things needed to change for 2012.  … Continue reading Joy and Hope