Art

When 2 or 3 Dragons Meet

Perhaps dragons reveal more about the personality of the artist or of the viewer than they do about mythology. See what you think of these serpentine beasts. Below is a coy, shy dragon that might sit on your shoulder and fly love notes to your beloved. The two headed Asian dragon below looks far fiercer […]

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Art, photography

2 Surprises On My Walk Yesterday

A sunny day in Madison yesterday afternoon, the first all week, I donned my mask and went for a walk. The rain washed all the surfaces clean and even the buildings looked brighter. Near the corner of two busy streets I found unique art contributions. One decorated the lower half of a kiosk in disuse; […]

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Art, Mexico, Spanish Culture and Language

December 23: Night of the Radishes?

We talked about novel Christmas celebrations in South America last week. Now let’s look a bit farther north. On her website, Irene of My Slice of Mexico provides information about a Oaxacan tradition you will want to hear about, Night of the Radishes! There were no radishes in Mexico until the Spanish brought them over […]

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Art, Gardening, photography

Happy All Hallows Eve to You

Happy Halloween to our friends near and far. Have our neighbors gone a little out of their gourd with the pumpkins? For us, it’s just right. May all your pies be pumpkin. ¡Olé! –Rebecca Check out Debbie and Friends fabulous photos at Six Word Saturday. #6WS #SixWordSaturday

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