through the canopy
fortress of snowflakes
Rest your eyes.
Sooth the soul.
Imagining what I might find at the park today, I hope to see a Yellow-Throated Warbler catching a rest on his migration.
mom made her favorite jelly from them; she used a lot of sugar, but it was delicious.
Look how the art on the piano repeats the sidewalk rectangles
Why use the space on the sign with the word “POSTED” when the important message is below?
Trees: the air I breathe and shade I need and the beauty for me to se
wonder of Mother Nature
How does your city or town include sculpture in its architecture?
small parks for community walkways and gatherings
a mess or all sizes of windows, each able to open up so the artists within enjoy the sites, sounds, and smells of the city while working on projects at the Schack Art Center.
Cross the street and turn right from the bold and strong Brick by Brick for a bite to eat of vegan delights in Cafe Wylde, where the large windows reflect the walk of where you’ve been as you leave.
restaurants in local neighborhoods
greenery is part of architectural design
Sandstone, red brick, and marble etched in Egyptian sketches