“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.” – Camille Pissarro
When I was in 3rd grade we were asked to write a letter to the POTUS. I recently came across this letter and noticed the little edit that my teacher decided to add in red. I don’t know if to be mad at the teacher for trying to force her political views on me, or to thank her for trying to open my eyes at such an early age…
#SameShitDifferentYear #WhenWillItEnd #ThirdGraders4Peace
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
– L.M. Montgomery
God speaks to us in mysterious ways, and this time He/She chose to get the message across through polite street graffiti in Jerusalem.
Mother Nature continues to inspire me…
The streets of Little Italy NYC were packed tonight and the place was buzzing with tourists, restaurant goers and street vendors. We were invited to a birthday party at a bar nearby, but I was more interested in sneaking out and photographing some of the amazing murals and art around the area. Little Italy has really turned into a hot spot for artists to showcase what they have to offer.
The moment one gives close attention to anything, even a blade of grass, it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably magnificent world in itself.
– Henry Miller
Becoming one with the tree at Fort Tryon Park, NY.
So THIS showed up overnight. I fall more and more in love with our neighborhood every day.
On our way back towards the city, I happened to catch this amazing shot of the sunset over the New York City skyline. It was only the day after that I found out this rare sighting is called Manhattanhenge, and only happens twice a year!
There is a chopper that keeps circling and hovering over that area. I think he’s just enjoying the sunrise :) Good morning!
Watching the Sun cross over the Israeli West Bank barrier without a permit, without judgement, without fear, no questions asked.
Spreading Teal Swan’s frequency art around Tel Aviv.
The cat community seems to like it =^.^=
Enjoyed this beautiful day up at Lake Minnewaska. So peaceful, so calming, so blue!