I’m enjoying some resting time away from office, students and all. So, I can’t help enjoying this unsplash.com site, where free Hi Res photos get published every week, with no restraining their use. Power to the people! This one is … Continue reading →
This is tear-bringing. Smile-inducing. Sweet. The Brown sisters have a photo portrait of them taken every year for forty years. A splendid, heart warming, light collection. On the New York Times: Go see it. Not exactly a new idea, … Continue reading →
The roads on the Internets are infinite. A simple question lingered on myself, which Hilda promptly answered. Were there bullfight arenas in Puerto Rico in the past? With real corridas? –Yes, she said. I remember one in Isla Verde, she … Continue reading →
A glimpse of this iconoclastic photo triggered today a remembrance of how much I liked Helmut Newton’s powerful photo style in the 80’s. Now, I’m reminded of the model, Elsa Peretti, whom was a top-model at the time and is … Continue reading →
Plaque with face of the demon Humbaba | Babylonian | Old Babylonian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
I love Babylon.
This image, together with 400,000 more is available as a free resource for non-commercial use. Here.
Nadie conoce cómo o cuándo utilizar las misteriosas comillas. Quote-unquote, a well-guarded secret. Pronto, un seminario de mejoramiento profesional sobre el tema “Las comillas”, un misterio “?”.
At Washington’s National Gallery, a few small statues by Rodin capture my full attention. Here they is one female nude, which really leaped out of the marble. I couldn’t help photographing it as it were a woman.
Algo más que prometí sobre GIFs animados. Primero, mis intentos de hace unos años, y justo para el curso ds106 (Digital Storytelling) de