Red Bluff Park Pics

I went to the Red Bluff park with my friend, Fidel. He took most of the photos. Fidel had some Photoshop idea. I edited them in Photoshop. I think they turned out awesome! Here they are.




Your Blog Can Be Your Journal


Blogging can be a form of journaling. Many people write blogs to tell their friends and family what’s going on in their lives. Blogs do not have to be just filled with words. They can include images and videos. I would like to teach my audience how to blog so they can have a platform to share their experiences.

Blogging is a very creative process. You can post about your day using text, images, and video. You can add a piece of drawing or painting that tells the audience about your day. You can create a photo collage about your day. Sometimes, I combine my paintings with my drawing and photographs to create a unique piece to post into my blogs.

Expressing how your day went using art and photography can be calming and therapeutic. You might even be inspired to do things that are out of the ordinary like visit a botanical garden you can have something to blog about. In the past I loved going to the Lambert and Conservatory at Highland Park to get some photos to post into my blog.

If you decide to create art, make sure to apply principles like contrast, line, and texture. Ensure what you are creating is aesthetically pleasing to you. You want to be able to look at your art, photography, and blog and be reminded of the fun things you have done recently. It can be a part of your legacy in the making.

Sometimes, you might have an art idea, but you cannot create it just yet you can use your blog to post about it. You can expand on your idea and present it to your audience. Express your art idea on your blog and develop your ideas.

Beautiful Starbucks Wall Pics

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I absolutely love this wall pic from Starbucks. It is of a coffee plant. I love the flowers and the fruit. My great grandmother used to pick coffee from the coffee plants near my Lolo Martin’s house. My Lolo Martin’s house used to be located in a slightly different place and near his house were a bunch of coffee plants. My great grandmother used to pick them often, I would go with her, and I used to taste the fruits which were sweet. My great grandmother then dried the coffee beans after it was peeled and then she would grind them with an old style grinder in order to make her coffee.