home, garden, life ~ sharing a sustainable lifestyle
A PHOTOJOURNALIST'S BLOG
Dream a little dream
living interspirituality, realizing Oneness - via 6 projects - Roger (Dr R Prentice)
Expressing Thought Through Photography
A distillation of US civil rights issues past & present
A collection of travel memories, unforgettable moments and personal reflections.
Let the images speak
In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me, there lay an invincible summer.
photography, psychology, and social issues
3Ps: Pilgrim's Progress by Perpetua
life in and around the garden
catbird in the united states of america
reflections on a passing life
Learning how to speak so others will listen; learning how to listen so others will speak
The Diary of a Retiree
Education, Leadership, Life, and Transformation
Romancing the planet; a love affair with travel.
A great WordPress.com site
Exfoliation & Other Flaky Observations by Office Diva
Images by Madelaine Cappuccio
Il Vincitore è l'uomo che non ha rinunciato ai propri sogni.
Discovering Beauty in the small details of our lives
Creativity is within us all
Musings of A Canadian government scientist from behind the muzzle.
Social justice is built one idea at a time...
Everyday, Everywhere We Are Guided Towards Happiness
Fuel for the Eyes & Mind™
At home in my corner of the world
Musings on technology, marketing and life.
We are photographers living with or affected by mental illness; supporting each other one photograph at a time. Join our community, submit today!
"i got a nikon camera, i love to take a photograph, so mama don't take my kodachrome away"
The Art and Craft of Blogging
A Cultural Problem
The sun is the great luminary of all life - Frank Lloyd Wright
Photos, Thoughts, and Da Kine
Darla McDavid, Writer | Stories about family, friends, goodness, and God
For writers . . .
Photography by Frank Cademartori
"Be a dew to the soil of the human heart."
A Vancouverite’s perspective about living on Canada’s beautiful West Coast!
I need photos to keep my memories alive
mused and skewed
Seeing Life Through My Lens