So I did a thing while in Israel. This tattoo shop was opened in 1300 and has been owned by the same family for 28 generations. My stencil was craved from wood and is approximately 500 years old which they used to stencil it on my arm. The tattoo presents love and family…. the parent doves are in the tree watching the children soar and the world PEACE is written in Latin, Hebrew and Arabic which I prayer for daily
Continuing my series of night photography of iconic Spokane landmarks.
Another iconic landmark in Spokane Washington I photographed today… It’s the Monroe Street Bridge which was build in 1911 an spans the Spokane River. At completion, it was the largest concrete arch bridge in the U.S and the longest in the world.
Clarissa Castor a fellow photography peer and her love of teapots was what inspired me to create this abstract piece this morning.
I used acrylic paint and a teapot stamp and tried to recreate her cute teapot she recently purchased and of course I seen ABSTRACT ART.
Finally after 61 years on this planet someone finally spelled my name correctly…… see there truly are miracles…. oh on a side note what’s a photographer do…. PHOTOGRAPH IT LOL
Since I was very young, food has been heart and soul of our family. The women in our family were absolutely amazing at making meals everyone truly enjoyed.
I’ve returned to my youthful memories of food and its beauty by photographing the dinners I prepare for my own family.
The day I hooked my hubby….. the life of a couple who fishes together…. MEMORIES
Traveling the world and food is absolutely an amazing experience one has in life. Last night we experienced amazing Syrian food prepared for us…… can I say my mouth was BLESSED