The first of my series of Special Reports
They say “Don’t judge the book by its cover”. I say “Judge the song by its cover”.
I encourage everyone to embrace the culture of the country you are in or travel to, not just tourism-wise, or food, but other areas like music, perhaps clothing, language and traditions as well.
These images come with a price, and not just the monetary value of that ticket I didn’t use. I didn’t attend the second day mainly because…
That’s the music of James Blake- one of a kind, entrancing, eccentric… wonderful
For a long time, you, my followers and commentators, have complimented my pictures. I can acknowledge the great feedback and I accept it all, to an extent. It’s just that I look at pictures of other blogs, esp. from professional photographers, and also those who can “create” images, and I always feel like most of…
No matter how colorful and vibrant the scene is, sometimes it just feels like something is missing. it still feels empty. This is where street musicians come in to “play”.
So if you want to take a break from modern lifestyle and all those technologies, take a drive in Route 66. It guarantees you a trip down memory lane and a transport back in the golden days.
A video collection of Americans singing in Tagalog, the native language of the Philippines.