Monthly Archives: January 2012

Venus

You are responsible for this

It is not me

Your shape makes you prey

Your curves

I can’t help but watch you

My Venus

If only you had arms to return my caress

Still life…?

Image vs. Reality

Work with Pastel

Lonely Abbey

Lonely Abbey

Potato Soup

Ingredients:

4 cups of water

1 bag of small potatoes (with the skins on)

3 tablespoons of melted butter

3 cups of milk

1 red oinion chopped

3 tablespoons of all-purpose flour

salt and pepper to taste

1 cup of shredded cheese

1 tablespoon of liquid smoked seasoning

Directions:

Cook potatoes for 10-15 min in boiling water- keep water

In a separate pot stir in  butter, onion, flour, salt and pepper.  Add potatoes and liquid, add milk- stir and use a hand blender to break the potatoes down.  After desired consistency of potatoes have been achieved add cheddar and smoke flavour.

Keep at a fairly low temperature to ensure that soup does not burn on the bottom.

Garnish with carrots, dollop of sour cream, sprinkle of cheddar, green onion, or curry!

Exploring Pastel

Sunset

Photo Friday: Day’s End

Exploration of Silhouette

Image

In Vegetables We Trust

Home to over 200 vegan recipes.

The Druid's Garden

Spiritual Journeys in Tending the Land, Permaculture, Wildcrafting, and Sustainable Living

Save the Arts in schools!

“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw

Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Welcome to the Anglo Swiss World

Wuji Seshat Nibada

The poetry addict

Wayfaring Focus

A blog about travel and photography by the documentary photographer Johannes Laaksonen

Live & Learn

David Kanigan

Light & Shadow

Once more you hover near me, forms and faces Seen long ago with troubled youthful gaze. And shall I this time hold you, limn the traces, Fugitive still, of those enchanted days? You closer press: then take your powers and places, Command me, rising from the murk and haze; Deep stirs my heart, awakened, touched to song, As from a spell that flashes from your throng. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, "Faust, Part I"

Lenise

A Woman After His Heart

The World according to Dina

Notes on Seeing, Reading & Writing, Living & Loving in The North

Purnimodo

Hunchedbacked Ramblings of a Quasi Disgruntled Hopeless Romantic

Just Out Of Curiosity

My writings about sports, games, movies, music and other things.

The Teatime Reader

Reviewing a good book every week. Updates on Thursdays.

WordandLightSmithing

Poems, stories, and photographs -- old and new -- by Steve Dewey

Poesy plus Polemics

Words of Wonder, Worry and Whimsy

A Faded Romantic's Notebook

Otherwise the night is too dark

meganmell

Technology in Education

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