Although Tiger is a medium-sized dog, his personality is larger than life. I worked from a photo his parents took when Tiger was racing towards them across a meadow.
If you take the backroads that run through South Carolina’s Sea Islands, you just might come across a scene like this. The weaving of sweetgrass baskets goes back hundreds of years.
I worked from a photo taken by Jane Lurie. You can see her work at janeluriephotography.wordpress.com.
Myanmar is an interesting country with fascinating sites and sub-cultures. Inle Lake, which is famous for its floating villages and gardens, is ringed by pagodas and monasteries. The Intha people base their communities entirely on the water. In an effort to preserve this unique culture, UNESCO has declared Inle a biosphere reserve.
I painted this still life a few years ago. In my opinion, radishes don’t taste delicious but their colors are delicious to the eye.
Going-to-the Sun Road is a narrow, two-lane road that runs from the east entrance to the west entrance of Glacier National Park. Its winding hairpin turns are not for the faint of heart. The highest point on the 50-mile road is Logan Pass. At this point there’s a steep hiking trail to a beautiful alpine meadow that’s inhabited by bighorn sheep and mountain goats.
Like a string of pearls, beautiful islands trace the Croatian coastline. Hvar, with its gorgeous harbor and lavender-covered hills, is incredibly charming.
Sidi’s roadside market, sheltered by a magnificent live oak, has been a Johns Island, South Carolina landmark for decades.