Fall, why fall? Because the air has a crispness that fills your lungs with a coolness that soothes and refreshes. The summer slips away slowly, and autumn radiantly glows brighter every day dipping everything in hues of red, yellow, and gold. The ground crackles happily as you walk through carpets of fallen leaves. Frost starts to … Continue reading Fall ~ The Season Of Thanks
Casa Loma is Toronto's Gothic Revival castle built by controversial capitalist Sir Henry Pellatt in 1914. The structure of the castle is very impressive and it's easy to spend hours wandering the hallways and rooms of unique architecture. I've included a few photographs of some of the more unique areas of the castle. Unfortunately, the Pellets, … Continue reading Casa Loma: The Structure Of A Failed Capitalist?
An updated complete review of the type of people, called, people fixers, who try to always fix other people's problems and life stress instead of allowing them to accept their emotions naturally and work through them in a scientifically proven healthier manner.
Curves, Corners, however, you look at it, Toronto has a few interesting ones it likes to show off. One of Toronto's most photographed downtown corners, The Gooderham building, known for its cool rounded feature. The tower of Old City Hall, at Bay and Queen street, reflecting off a new nearby reflective skyscraper. A mural painted on … Continue reading Look At My Curves
Adorable edited photographs of my new baby tortoise shell cat, Lexi who I adore submitted for the WP Photo challenge for the word, Ooh shiny. By Amanda Ricks
She walks these streets like a ghost. Her eyes are vacant and her voice flat and lifeless. She reminds me of someone I used to be. Everything about her appearance is provocative. From the bleached blonde hair to the tattoos mimicking lingerie up her legs. Physically she is a beauty. Yet the lifelessness makes her appearance … Continue reading Nameless Woman No. 39
My graphic art interpretation of the WP Photo prompt for, Elemental