Posts made in December, 2011

Christmas Abstract – December 25, 2011

Posted by Admin on Dec 25, 2011 in Featured Photo of the Week | 0 comments

Christmas Abstract – December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas everyone! December Abstract 01 (Click the Image to Enlarge)   Since Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, I originally intended to use either a photo of the gifts under my tree or of a close up of some ornaments on the tree.  After thinking about it more, I didn’t think those subjects, though seasonal, would fit my ideas for what the weekly featured photo should represent.  Though I think they would be good to use as images for greeting cards or temporary decor, I can’t see myself hanging them on my walls year round.   So, I decided to take my camera along for some experimentation while looking at Christmas lights. December...

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Chevrolet – December 18, 2011

Posted by Admin on Dec 19, 2011 in Featured Photo of the Week | 0 comments

Chevrolet – December 18, 2011

Text Coming Soon!   Door County Chevrolet (Click on the Image to Enlarge & View Purchase Options)   -Antuany Smith

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Greens & Whites on Blue – December 11, 2011

Posted by Admin on Dec 11, 2011 in Featured Photo of the Week | 1 comment

Greens & Whites on Blue – December 11, 2011

It’s December in Chicago, and the temperatures are still bearable.  In fact, it hasn’t been terribly cold at all yet this year.  We’re in the thick of winter, with the holidays quickly approaching, and there hasn’t been any snow on the ground yet; I’ve seen a few random flurries, but nothing that doesn’t melt before it hits the ground.  It’s been a rather dreary season so far, with what seems like an abundance of overcast skies and light rain.   The current outdoor conditions have me longing for days of spring & summer when this week’s photo was taken.  Rather than a grayish no-contrast sky, the day I took...

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Milwaukee Museum of Art – December 4, 2011

Posted by Admin on Dec 4, 2011 in Featured Photo of the Week | 4 comments

Milwaukee Museum of Art – December 4, 2011

I was recently talking to a friend about her recent 6 week trip to Spain and looking through some of the photos from the trip.  When we came to the Valencia section, I was a little jealous when I saw photos of Calatrava’s City of Arts & Sciences project.  Without knowing any more about the city other than the City of Arts project & that this was the hometown of architect/engineer Santiago Calatrava, I was very close to taking the 3+ hour, ~$75 (each way) trip during my visit to Barcelona earlier this year.  Unfortunately, I didn’t allow enough time for the overall trip (as mentioned in my previous Vespa post), so I wasn’t able...

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