I have been writing for years. I first experienced the spark when I was in high school. I would spend hours reading fiction and devouring stories that I enjoyed. I… Read more Black Mistresses Illustration Project →
Do you want to create personal fashion that is cutting edge? Do you fancy the idea of people stopping to compliment your unique style so much that it gets mistaken… Read more Tips for creating Runway styles in 2018 →
I love the sun, sunrises, and sunsets. My waking hours have me up by 6 am most days, and I can usually take my time to rise slowly and appreciate the beautiful landscapes as they are kissed by sunlight cascading from the rising sun. Sunsets are great too, don’t get me wrong, but they are busier and the worries of the day often cloud any appreciation of their beauty. During this holiday season, take time to appreciate things that you may have been overlooking. It may not be a sunrise… Read more Beautiful Sky →
How I model my own designs is a tricky affair…
A Heart Floats Sometimes there is no attraction. Sometimes the eyes do not lock. Sometimes there is no mutual smile. No blush, extra heart beat or shock. A heart floats around life, like in a party, With a glass, empty, wanting to be filled. Seeking another heart that holds a bottle of nectar To be shared between beautiful friends. In between those times we live. Often thinking of opportunities missed. Hoping fate will smile upon us, allowing the two hearts to be joined again.
I’ve mentioned before how much I adore autumn. Not only for the cooler temperatures, but I personally believe that the skies are more gorgeous in the fall. I live in Southern Ontario, and I find that the autumn months often have the clearest, most crisp, and deepest blue skies. On top of their clarity, they are often cloudless, so one can see much more of it. Above is a nice shot of the old Federal building in Hamilton against a very pretty blue sky, shot at midday in the downtown… Read more Crisp Fall Skies →
I have blogged about this topic before, and I will likely reference it again, as I find myself captivated. Hamilton Ontario has a downtown that is very rich in historical context, and this is evident in the edifices and landmarks. One of the most consistent architectural features seen in Hamilton is the decorative corbel (seen above). They are used to transition an overhanging roof to the side of the building. This converted residential/ commercial space also features the same style of decorative corbel. The newly renovated Empire… Read more Architectural Style in Hamilton Ontario →