Monthly Archives: January 2016

A desire for simplicity

by cheri Several weeks ago, while attending a fine arts  show in Scottsdale, Arizona, I viewed one artist’s take on landscapes, houses, barns, and oceans–all done in a starkly simple manner, emphasized by shadow, complementary color and linear expression. Not … Continue reading

Posted in Life, My photography | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 20 Comments

Ayatollah Coyote

  by Bunnie I am a bunny who tends to socialize with other bunnies. We nibble the same greens and  communicate in familiar yips and nips  known only to other bunnies. Sure, my cottontail may be rounder, my hind legs … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Life, Politics | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 27 Comments

Does color change Beauty?

  by cheri sabraw Let’s get back to the topic of Beauty. Unless you are a member of ISIS, you all might agree that this scene is beautiful. This Gila woodpecker might easily fit onto a page of Allure Magazine … Continue reading

Posted in My photography, Writing and Teaching | Tagged , , , , , | 15 Comments