his photographs are amazing, kinda cheers you up each day you visit and see his lovely snaps. Today I would like to introduce you to Shaunaks Hub.
Here is a sample of his work, please pay him a visit and show him some support.
Hi, This is Shaunak Basu. I am an ordinary citizen of India. Born in a small town of Uttar Pradesh, got my education in a town called Barddhaman in West Bengal and has spent most of my life in Kolkata, India. Here I publish my thoughts on different topics that concern me or touch me in various ways. I also share my different experiences.
Hey friends, its that time again, time to recognise a wonderful writer and Blogger, today it is “Butterfly Sand”
I have never walked the cobbled streets of Paris in the rain or sipped tea beneath the Russian sky. I have seen Right Whales frolic in the open sea and I have watched as an Alaskan seal basked in the cold sunshine of an August afternoon. I have been to school and I have worked for a living. Now I am writing for me, from my heart and from my dreams. What I do not understand I approach with words and hope understanding creeps from my fingertips.
This Blog is full of nice things from a great writer, please show some support and visit her…
Not an expert on Islamic affairs just because I’m Muslim. Not an expert on gay issues just because I’m gay.
I am a Singaporean Malay guy, aged 37 (update Aug 2013: 40 now). Just an ordinary guy with his views and opinion, his rambling thoughts. A regular blue-collar worker more occupied with bread-and-butter issues. Living his life day to day, discovering and learning as he goes along.
Also: I have always loved to read, mostly novels, but it’s been a long while since I left school. Please excuse me for grammar, spelling or other mistakes.
I love patterns. On anything: shirts, upholstery, curtains, wallpaper, gift wrap paper. I like patterns that lean towards a retro vibe. I like geometric ones especially with a dash of Art Deco. Or designs featuring nature elements like flowers and leaves. I like simple, elegant ones, I like loud ones. Even ultra minimal designs like polka dots or stripes can be pretty and interesting too, as the variations one can play with them in colour, size and background are endless.
Recently I came across some YouTube tutorials on how to create patterns on Inkscape and decided to give them a go. They seemed easy but I was fumbling and had to keep repeating the steps. However I will do more of them to better get the hang of it. I like trying different types of digital drawing to see which ‘clicks’ with me, when I have the time. Drawing patterns is definitely something I’d like to explore further as a hobby.
Hello folks, Promotions time, There are many travel blogs out there but I like the personal ones, the ones that give you many graphics and stories so I feel this Blog is worth a mention, plus Ingrid is lovely and visits Blogs regularly, so pop over and support her.
Here is a sample of Ingrids work, please note her photographs are copywritten.
There was a restaurant nearby where we bought delicious tuna sandwiches. That’s actually it: we worked on our tan, swam, admired the stunning views and ate. A lot.
In the evening, we had dinner in the same waterside restaurant. What a romantic setting!
Hi friends, Another great blogger with fantastic stories definitely worth a visit, and all-round nice person who takes an interest in everyone’s work.
Here is a sample of CHRISTOPHER MILNER’s work.
The April Fool
The following poem was written by a friend of mine Father Jacob Boddicker SJ a Jesuit priest (a rare breed of Jesuit for these times – one who’s actually a Christian and not a Marxist) whose parish consists of serving several communities on the Lakota Sioux reservation in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
I first came to know Father Jacob (we’ve never met in person) when he was a young seminarian and noviciate in the Jesuit order when he had a blog at the Xanga blogging site back in 2009 where I also had my primary blog at the time.
When my dad died from cancer in June of 2010, every few days for the next year I’d get a message from Jacob asking me how I was doing.
We still keep in touch.
He was finally ordained a priest about 3 or 4 years ago.
And has been serving the people of the Lakota Sioux First Nation ever since where he was assigned after ordination.
This is his poem that he wrote today and posted on his Facebook page entitled The April Fool:
The April Fool
By Father Jacob Boddicker SJ
“Tear down this temple,” the April Fool cried, “And on the third-day shalt I raise it up.” On an ass did he come, crowd-hailed then hied to a quiet place with his friends to sup. “This bread is my Flesh; this wine is my Blood,” yet to all ’twas no change in look or taste. Though claimed he divine, heeded not ill-brood of one there, silver-swayed, who’d lay him waste. The Fool, who dared to trust, abandoned was to mock and spit, blood and bone, agony, then though innocent bore he his own cross ‘fore enthroned a sad lord on Calvary. “The jester king!” laughed they, those people cruel; but on day three proved they the April fools.
When I switched over to WordPress from Blogger I had no idea the number of great blogs that were out there, so with a lot of searching I managed to find many and now I am friends with most of them.
Today I would like to promote the lovely Regina Castejón, Regina has a couple of websites but this particular one is fab because she shares her work in Poetry.
Here is a sample of her work.
I see behind the window
The tears no longer matter I know
that the sun illuminates,
More I'm cold ...
Like an ice floe
I can understand
Time has accompanied me;
The reasons today are superfluous,
They seem like hollow words ... Nonsense
have to be
plays everything or perhaps nothing.
Today I just want
you to hold me, to
blur my soul.
But I'm cold ...
Like an ice floe.
I remember when you said:
"Our love is invincible"
and I can't stop thinking ...
Please visit Reginas Blog here and give her some support.
Dear friends. Sometimes you stumble upon a brilliant Blog, and Today I would like to share one of my fellow Bloggers Blog, GP. COX. As you probably guessed GP posts about the Military, his Blog is interesting and well worth a visit. Here is a small sample of his work.
When Ben Reise went to enlist in the military in 1942 during World War II, his future wife, Ruth Fern Gibb, went with him. The two had grown up together in Chicago, meeting in grammar school.
Ben Reise tried to enlist in the Navy, but they told him that he was too short at 5 feet, 4 inches, Ruth Reise said. Next, he went to the Army, which “took him right away.”
At the same time, Ben enlisted, Ruth was also offered a job. Her height – 5 feet even – made her the perfect size to climb into aeroplane gas tanks to secure the rivets. Soon after, she began working at the Douglas Aircraft manufacturing plant, on the site where O’Hare International Airport is today.
From 1942 to 1945, Douglas manufactured 655 C-54 Skymasters, a military transport aircraft, at the Chicago plant. A photo from the Chicago Tribune’s archive shows that the opening of the gas tank on the C-54 was just 13 inches tall and nine inches wide.
“I told [the recruiters], ‘I don’t have any claustrophobia so that will be fine,’” Ruth Reise, now 92, said.
Please support our fellow Bloggers and visit them. Have a nice day..
Le moyen historique de faire le lien patronymique entre SULPICIUS et SULPINUS – SULPIN Benedict XIII is an anti pope of Avignon: the Aragonese Pedro de Luna is named Pope September 23, 1394. The Diocese Bazas dependent on French recognized the Pope of Avignon! Several Bishops are appointed to the obedience of Avignon, among others: Peter SULPIN 1397 To 1417. He ran his diocese with catchy be generated by John Herrenco, his counterpart appointed by Rome after that left him alone Bazas caring more about Vatican City.
¨ Pierre had important contacts in councils. The King of France: Charles VI Valois “Thank you for penalties and the work he had had affairs of the diocese of Bazas” the King sick psychomaniaco depression had to leave his uncles to resume Regency … and Roy Henry IV of England Lancaster son of John of Gaunt Duke of Aquitaine and February 1 mars 1390 And thus claiming the throne of France. “Peter is brother Sulpin Minor in the convent of Toulouse. He inherited a fund of Books, known for his science, he founded the University of Toulouse a College that was the name of St. FLOUR which he was born.