September 25th, 2023
There is no real way to describe what the Pumpkin Run is, but chances are you will be amazed at what you see!
The brainchild of one Harry Fleming, the owner of the now retired auto graveyard, the event has grown by leaps and bounds. It’s a gathering of enthusiast from all aspects of mechanical machinery. The vehicles range from, but not limited to, Antiques, Classics, Street Rods, Lead Sleds, Rat Rods, muscle cars, Motorcycles, Military, and Vintage Race cars.
September 21st, 2023
From a hike in the Pine Lands
Here are a couple of images that I liked from the hike yesterday.
At first, I thought the water set the tone for this image, but I’m not sure if it isn’t the blue color that’s calming, quiet, peaceful and cool. I need to re-visit this place again soon.
August 22nd, 2023
Cape May, New Jersey, is known for its beautiful beaches and charming atmosphere. It’s a popular destination for couples and families looking to enjoy the shore and relax by the ocean.
July 23rd, 2023
Cuttalossa Farm – New Hope, Pa
Here’s some farm landscape photos from the lovely Cuttalossa Farm be sure and visit it’s in the lovely New Hope PA area. The “smiling sheep” under the towering hemlocks along Cuttalossa Road, one of the most picturesque spots in Bucks County.
Photograph of a beautiful old mill house at Cuttalossa farm, New Hope, PA. This Mill is one of the outbuildings located on one of the most photographed locations in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Cuttalossa Farm was once the home of the renowned impressionist painter, Daniel Garber.
Daniel Garber was an American Impressionist landscape painter and member of the art colony at New Hope, Pennsylvania. He is best known today for his large impressionist scenes of the New Hope area, in which he often depicted the Delaware River. He also painted figurative interior works and excelled at etching.
July 8th, 2023
How to get your colors right.
June 29th, 2023
The image was used by a wine company for label on a small batch of wine. I when back recently and the bridge is still there in a state of disrepair. Sad.
The image was discovered by a wine company and approached me to buy rights to the image for use on a wine bottle label, keep an eye out you might see the image on a wine bottle label near you. This is what it would look like:
You can buy the image on fine Art America
May 17th, 2023
Daffodils are one of the most popular spring flowers, known for their bright yellow or white petals and trumpet-shaped center. They are often associated with new beginnings, hope, and renewal, which makes them a perfect flower to celebrate the arrival of spring.
February 10th, 2023
Gazela is docked at the Philadelphia Seaport, looking for a crew to help maintain her. Independence Seaport Museum on the Delaware River showcases the region’s maritime history with two floors of exhibit galleries, a wooden boat workshop.
Philadelphia Ship Preservation Guild maintains and sails historic ships to bring the past to the present. We are a non-profit organization that teaches how to fix old things.
December 14th, 2022
From back in 2009, if I shot these flowers, I would be creating more separation. I still happy with the color and I hope spring will show up soon.
December 5th, 2022
My First Skydive My first jump from 13,500 feet with a 1-minute free fall thought the clouds at 120 mph, what an amazing experience, Highly recommended !! I made the jump today at
September 10th, 2022
In memory of my photographer mentor Steve Greer, who still speaks to me.
August 21st, 2022
Night in the City of Philadelphia
Last night in the city it was alive, and the lights were like a pulse or heart beat, always moving and changing. This moment in time was taken from the Spring Garden street bridge in Philadelphia, PA.
The image is a multi-exposure HDR created with Photomatix software.
July 4th, 2022
Cheers, Happy 4 Th of July !
June 25th, 2022
I sold a couple of my pony-horse images and decided to update the whole collection.
Assateague's wild horses are well known, even to many people who have never been to the island. The "wild" horses on Assateague are actually feral animals, meaning that they are descendants of domestic animals that have reverted to a wild state. Horses tough enough to survive the scorching heat, abundant mosquitoes, stormy weather and poor quality food found on this remote, windswept barrier island have formed a unique wild horse society. Enjoy their beauty from a distance, and you can help make sure these extraordinary wild horses will continue to thrive on Assateague Island.
June 9th, 2022
National Cemetery-Beverly NJ Photograph
Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. This is not a way of life at all in any true sense. Under the clouds of war, it is humanity hanging on a cross of iron. ~Dwight D. Eisenhower, speech, American Society of Newspaper Editors, 16 April 1953
(from: How many Lives? War Cemeteries)
June 6th, 2022
The Webster Sycamore
(alternatively known as the Webster Springs Sycamore and the Big Sycamore Tree) was an American sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) in the U.S. state of West Virginia. Long recognized for its size, the Webster Sycamore was the largest living American sycamore tree in West Virginia until its felling in 2010. The tree stood approximately 4.5 miles (7.2 km) east of Webster Springs in Webster County, in a moist flood plain along the banks of the Back Fork Elk River, a tributary stream of the Elk River.
May 13th, 2022
Photographing fog started to interest me again as one of my favorite subjects. Included in this composition is “trees”. Fogs stops are vision of various things and creates a sense of mystery that we have to trust are mind that the rest of the physical world is still there.
I wonder what Ansel Adams would think of this image. I hope he would like it.
May 11th, 2022
Selling on the street is a good way to find out what people think of your work, and it’s free too. I found it to be a great experience to do street photography with real humans.
Here’s a collection of my First Friday hungry street photography. Street photography at its essence means candid photography of people and humanity. A street photograph has to be a real, unposed moment.
March 11th, 2022
I will continue to explore the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve heavily forested area of coastal plain stretching across more than seven counties of southern New Jersey of for fine art photography of both landscapes and plant life. Silence-is-golden-in-the-woods.
February 26th, 2022
As I continue to rewrite my street photography work from 2012 and republish it on my blog.
February 25th, 2022
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$45 M. van Gogh Painting Made During Asylum Confinement to Sell at Christie’s
February 25, 2022 1:14pm
Vincent van Gogh, Champs près des Alpilles', 1889.
Vincent van Gogh’s painting Fields near the Alpilles (1889), which the artist produced while he was committed to a French asylum, is coming to auction for the first time next month. It is expected to fetch a price around $45 million when it hits the auction block during a 20th century art evening sale this May in New York.
This landscape has remained in private hands since it was created and has never been exhibited publicly. It was previously owned by the designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé, who sold it around 2003 to a private Europe collector. It changed hands once more time since then, and has been owned by its current seller ever since.
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Van Gogh made the work outside the entrance of an asylum located near the Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in Southern France, where he was treated for a year after a series of breakdowns that led to him severing his own ear. He described the present work in letters to his brother Theo while recovering from the episode, only being allowed on occasion to paint in the outside terrain surrounding the institution. A similar countryside scene resides at the Kröller-Müller Museum.
In a statement, Vanessa Fusco, Christie’s co-head of the New York 20th century evening sale, described Fields near the Alpilles as being “inextricably linked to Vincent’s own tragic biography.”
The artist gifted Fields near the Alpilles and other works to Joseph Roulin, a postman with whom the he had become friends while living in Arles. Roulin held onto the work until 1900, when he sold it to a French dealer.
Fields near the Alpilles is currently on display at Christie’s London headquarters until March 1. The painting will then go on tour to the auction house’s outposts in Taipei and Hong Kong, before returning to New York, where it will be on view to the public before heading to sale on May 11.
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February 13th, 2022
We had snow today, and I hope it’s the last I have outside projects to do. I have no car and need to fix mind, it has a blown head gasket. A difficult repair on an Asian card. They don't make it easy to repair, I think they want me to buy a new one.
I can't wait for pay day on FAA.
January 30th, 2022
I love a good fire to warm me up. Blowing fire out of my mouth is a little crazy.
January 29th, 2022
On my walkabout I was carrying my brick i.e. Camera Bag to improve my health and vitality, found some interesting Mallard ducks and decided to photograph them. The location is close to my home in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
I love the color of the male Mallards, they are so beautiful and vibrant. They didn’t seem to mind my present and were busy to gather food. Another fascinating point is that they use the ice to stand on, and the cold doesn’t bother their feet.
December 30th, 2021
Cape May has been on my mind lately, my old home town from the olden days, like Lower Cape May regional class of 1962 days olden days.?
Cape May distinguishes herself in many ways. We have the pristine beaches, promenade, and all the amenities that make any seashore town worth visiting, but we also have a rich history and an architectural diversity equal to none.
December 2nd, 2021
I love the street, Street photography is not for everyone. One needs to study the craft before one goes out on the street.
November 25th, 2021
11-25-2021 No visit today to the cemetery, but my deceased family members are in my thoughts. Death is the permanent, irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Brain death is sometimes used as a legal definition of death. The remains of a previously living organism normally begin to decompose shortly after death.
Here’s a look at the tome stones located at Holly Cross cemetery. I photographed the sculptures at the cemetery that I visited yesterday.
The purpose was to pay respects to my ancestries on Thanksgiving day, but what I found was a great opportunity for some fine art photography in a peaceful lonely setting.
The trees and landscape are beautiful and happy and I felt it.
It was like this beautiful day had come to me, to enjoy and connect with the spirits. I’m sure winter will be here soon.
Please feel free to leave comments as they are much appreciated.
November 22nd, 2021
The Pineapple Fountain is a focal point of the Charleston Waterfront Park, which people have been enjoying since it opened in 1990 – the spring after Hurricane Hugo. Pineapple motifs are common in Charleston and represent hospitality.
Did you know that the pineapple is a symbol of hospitality here in Charleston? The pineapple isn’t native to Charleston though, so… how did that happen?
The pineapple came to Charleston from South America by way of the Caribbean because of Charleston’s prominence as a port city. Fruits + other sweets weren’t very common in the colonial days, so the pineapple was a hit. It was an exotic, never-before-seen fruit and quickly became a symbol of hospitality.
And while the history of exactly how + why the pineapple came to mean so much to Charleston is fuzzy, a common belief is that we have sailors to thank for making pineapples synonymous with our southern hospitality. When sailors would come home after a long trip at sea, they would often spear a pineapple onto their fence post to let everyone know they made it home safely.
The speared pineapple was an invitation to come in for a drink or a meal + exchange stories of travel. Pineapples also came to represent luxury because they were so difficult to come by, took years to grow, and often went bad before arriving on the SC coast.
Because they were so hard to come by, if your hostess offered you pineapple it meant they considered you to be someone to impress, while also showcasing their wealth + ability to care for guests.
We don’t spear pineapples to our fences anymore, but these days the pineapple can still be found on local menus, jewelry, gate embellishments, and of course – the pineapple fountain at Waterfront Park — which welcomes visitors near + far.
October 28th, 2021
South Carolina’s own Cypress trees
Nestled within a black water cypress swamp and home of the movie set The Patriot with Mel Gibson set in the , South Carolina.
October 18th, 2021
“Autumn would come to this place of welcome,
this place I would know to be home.
Autumn would come and the air would grow cool,
dry and magic, as it does that time of the year.”
— Henry Rollins
October 8th, 2021
I'm a tree hugger and I found this very old Cedar Tree in the Atsion Lake area in New Jersey Pine Barrens. Please visit and I would love to hear some comments.
Thank You Lou
October 4th, 2021
The trip to Rancocass turned out to be a bummer. I was over run with mosquitoes and didn’t have the right gear for the jungle. I sadly aborted the trip after 3 tries with hopes of returning someday.
My forest bathing includes breath work mediation and some photography.
I start the breath work mediation and conclude after I have made a connection to mother natures world. Afterward I would start the walk and when mother nature called me, I stop and I capture a photo or two. I spend some time to analyze the communication and feelings.
September 23rd, 2021
After a long spell and a flight disaster I recovered and I'm happy to say I'm back in the air again. As technology changes we have to learn new tricks on how to process images.
This image is form one of my favorite places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
September 11th, 2021
September 8th, 2021
A nation that is premised on an idea—not on an alleged shared bloodline or eons of history on common acreage—is prone to periodically question exactly who and what it is. The matter that binds Americans, as much as any doctrine or document, is the pursuit of a definition of who Americans are. There are facile adjectives applied to us—optimistic, volatile, swaggering—but they more often seem to apply to pretensions that we wear before the world. Who we are in our unguarded moments, and even what portion of people are included in the word we, is another matter entirely.
September 7th, 2021
I use to work at Lockheed Martin Corp in King of Prussia PA and spent all my free time in the Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Valley Forge National Historical Park is the site of a Revolutionary War encampment, northwest of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania. Washington’s Headquarters, a stone house on the Schuylkill River, was occupied by George Washington from 1777 to 1778. Trails connect the key monuments and historic structures, including the early-20th-century National Memorial Arch
August 27th, 2021
The Cedars are Dying Off like lots of things on this God forsaken planet, I hope people will see these images, like this and wake up before it’s too late. I can only hope and pray. I dug this one out of the archives and ran through Nik Silver Efex Pro and did a In-fared Red filter on the image which makes it more like what I felt while shooting this image.
August 5th, 2021
I'm working on my cloud spaces and I got distracted, I guess my heads up in the clouds again.
Clouds are a good form to mediate on in my humble opinion.
Thanks for the visit, be well and don't forget to look up.
Be a good Lobster.
August 1st, 2021
I have decided to re-visit old blog posts and add back stories and update images. I have 25 years of work and not yet motivated to hit the street. I hope to start on my street photography coffee table book soon. I hope you will stop by my blog and please leave some comments. i accept the good the bad and the ugly, only you can decide.
July 26th, 2021
Back when shooting with Nikon D200 low light was an issue. So when buying equipment for the trip at Allen camera I received a great tip from one of the salesmen, I can’t remember his name said that remember to shoot in manual mode. This made all the difference in the world. I opted not to shoot a color card, I’m not sure why.
December 5th, 2020
Photography tips and ideas to try that come to mind for digital camera owners wanting to […]
November 26th, 2019
Please visit my Pinelands photography site.
The New Jersey Pinelands is home to plant communities found nowhere else on earth, and a growing number of individual species can be found only in our Pinelands, because they have been or are being wiped out in the rest of their natural range. The community of plants found here also does not exist anywhere else, as the New Jersey Pinelands is a unique mixture of southern and northern species which found a haven here after the last ice age and the warming cycles of the past 10,000 years. All this means that we have something very special to protect – and even cultivate. The New Jersey Pine Barrens isn’t barren at all. It’s just different from most other regions of North America. It was called “barren” by early European settlers who found they could not grow their row crops in the sandy, droughty, low-nutrient upland soils. The negative epithet stuck, creating the false impression that things don’t grow in the Pine Barrens.
September 19th, 2019
I on my forest bathing wall at Whitesbog NJ home of the blueberry and I found some friends who help me connect to the natural world, enjoy and please leave comments.. Happy Day Piney Lou
July 31st, 2019
My Photos of Batsto Village is a historic unincorporated community located on CR 542 within Washington Township in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. It is located in Wharton State Forest in the south central Pine Barrens, and a part of the Pinelands National Reserve. It is listed on the New Jersey and National Registry
July 29th, 2019
Check out my new collection of sunsets, when have you ever witnessed a lousy sunset?
I hope you have a wonderful day.
June 27th, 2019
I had a spare moment before mediation yesterday and decided to spend it walking in the woods at some unknown location and take some photographs. It was a please experience to observe all the flooded woodlands. Mother nature can sure be messy. Enjoy and please leave comments. Thanks
April 23rd, 2019
April 23, 2019
Life isn’t a tiptoe through the tulips.
I decided to photograph some tulips at the Holland Ridge Farms Tulip Festival, and it’s not just a couple of tulips, but over a million. I was blown away by the vibrancy and color. It was over whelming and here’s some of my photos from the shoot. I can’t wait for the Sunflower Festival.
April 14th, 2019
Sending out Peace and Love to all the people and the earth. and the last two lines of Walt Whitman’s poem, America, is engraved:
Centre of equal daughters, equal sons,
All, all alike endear’d, grown, ungrown, young or old,
Strong, ample, fair, enduring, capable, rich,
Perennial with the Earth, with Freedom, Law and Love,
A grand, sane, towering, seated Mother,
Chair’d in the adamant of Time.
April 5th, 2019
I got out yesterday April 4, 2019 and shot some spring flowers for my web site, please visit I could use the eye balls.
Pleas feel free to comment, anything the good the bad the ugly... lol
#optoutside It's good for the artists soul.
March 3rd, 2019
I was suffering from cabin fever and took a long hike to favorite spot to clear out my head. The clouds washed away the winter blues and I think it was the blue skies that did it. Feel free to stop by my blog and see more Pine Lands photographs.
December 21st, 2018
I took a trip to Harrisville New Jersey to check out the Harrisville pond for photo opportunities and caught some amazing afternoon sun light complete with spell binding reflections in the cedar colored water.This area of New Jersey was a major industrial area about 175 years ago: there were iron furnaces, This area of New Jersey was a major industrial area about 175 years ago: there were iron furnaces, glass works, paper mills, etc. Har
November 25th, 2018
A photography of Angel Oak Tree in infrared on St Johns Island, South Carolina.
The fairy-talesque Angel Oak tree in Charleston, SC, is thought to be one of the oldest living organisms east of the Mississippi River.
Angel Oak is allegedly the oldest tree and is located east of the Rockies. The tree is estimated to be more than 1500 years old. It is simply known as The Tree in some circles. It stands in a wooded area in John’s Island just outside Charleston in South Carolina. Angel Oak is a live oak which also happens to be the state’s most imposing work of nature.
With a height of more than 65 feet, Angel Oaks has shaded the area for more than 1,500 years. Historical records trace the ownership of the tree and the land on which it stands to 1717 when it was given to Abraham Waight as part of a land grant. In addition, Mr. Waight was an extremely wealthy man who also owned several plantations. The tree four stayed in that family four generations. The land was also used as part of a marriage settlement between Martha W.T. Angel and Justus Angel. Today, Angel Oak serves as the focal point of a public park in South Carolina. In the modern day, Angel oak is owned by the City of Charleston and it costs nothing to marvel at the tree in John’s Island.
November 16th, 2018
This is a photograph from a short hike in Mount Laurel, the hike to the cell called me to hike to the tower, the woods look so beautiful like a piece of fine art. I found some other interesting photos along the way which I am sharing.
Thanks for the visit and please look at Pixels.com for some prints of mine that are available.
October 21st, 2018
I have been meaning to stop at the Mount Laurel Animal Hospital to visit the animals and take photographs. Yesterday afternoon was beautiful and it had with some light. I was taken back by the friendliness of the animals. I guess they get lots of people of visit the hospital and feed the animals.
October 6th, 2018
Landscape photograph from Ricketts Glenn State Park, it was worth the hike and being present ever minute in this magical forest.
October 3rd, 2018
I have had many friends recommend this hike over the years but haven’t had the chance to get there. I finally did this October and they were right! Thanks to a tip by a great photographer Frank Garcia, the trip was a piece of cake. It was beautiful with all the falls. The hike was intense, huge incline, very strenuous but the whole hike was great. I wanted to keep going but I was running out of sun light and had no headlamp so, I will go back another day and camp out.
I did four of falls so I missed the rest of the falls, but there is always tomorrow.
It was totally worth the hike and the photographic views. I went on late afternoon so I had some great light.
Please leave comments.
September 29th, 2018
Good morning sun shine, the day started at 4:00 am to get from my house to Friendship New Jersey. It took a good 45 minute run to get to the finally location which was my second choice. I had Shane’s Branch on my mine, but hiking through water in the dark did not appeal to me.
I arrived at ruins of the abandoned town of Friendship which has a big open vista which a great location to capture a sunrise. The air was clean and free from bugs which can be a distraction. The blue hour was right on time as you can see in my blue hour photograph. I really felt connected to the place and proud of self as I had not got up so early in resent times.
September 24th, 2018
I was really happy to see Angel Oak video on a TV ad by Allstate Insurance.
The story was well told and I love the voice of the announcer. It's a must watch to hear and see her story.
If you missed here's a link or watch the video on my site.
September 18th, 2018
The Lower Trenton Toll Supported Bridge, commonly called the Lower Free Bridge, Warren Street Bridge or Trenton Makes Bridge, is a two-lane Pennsylvania (Petit) through truss bridge over the Delaware River between Trenton, New Jersey and Morrisville, Pennsylvania, owned and operated by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC). It is known as the Trenton Makes Bridge because of large lettering on the south side reading "TRENTON MAKES THE WORLD TAKES", installed in 1935. In addition to being an important bridge from Pennsylvania to New Jersey, it is a major landmark in the city of Trenton. It is signed as US 1 Business, though does not officially carry that route.
September 8th, 2018
Angel Oak is a Southern live oak located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. The tree is estimated to be 400-500 years old.
July 31st, 2018
New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve (also known as Pinelands National Reserve) is a national reserve that preserves the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
The Pinelands is a unique location of historic villages and berry farms amid the vast oak-pine forests (pine barrens), extensive wetlands, and diverse species of plants and animals of the Atlantic coastal pine barrens ecoregion. It is protected by state and federal legislation through management by local, state, and federal governments and the private sector. The reserve contains Wharton State Forest, Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Bass River State Forest, and Penn State Forest, which provide public recreation facilities. Established by Congress in 1978, it is the nation's first national reserve.
April 18th, 2018
Louis Dallara has been called the Ansel Adams of the New Jersey Pine Lands an has created this site to record with images his personal relationship with the Pine Lands aka Pine Barrens.
Please visit my Fine Art Photography home site.
It started early on with studies of deep ecology with Betty Woodford of the Cedar Run Wildlife Center located in Medford New Jersey. I was impressed by the unique plants and herbs found along the Wading River. By canoeing the rivers, I was able to see some of these unique plants.
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance provided Russell Juelg, director of outreach for the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Russell who is a naturalist. These educational outings with Russell furthered my quest to find photos of rare plants.
April 17th, 2018
Louis Dallara is a Fine Art photographer specializing in landscape, abstract, street, architectural, and portrait photography. Louis’ passion for his craft and his phenomenal eye for the unique enables him to create stunning images that leave a lasting impression on his audience.
Louis does not subscribe to any particular photography style. Instead, he utilizes diverse styles that are just as distinct as the subjects he captures. His flexibility lends itself to a more creative and exceptional result. The core elements that Louis Dallara focuses on are energy, emotion, and expression. By seeking out these elements within his subjects, Louis creates fine art that appeals to a wide range of individuals.
March 18th, 2017
Louis Dallara is a Fine Art photographer specializing in landscape, abstract, street, architectural, and portrait photography. Louis� passion for his craft and his phenomenal eye for the unique enables him to create stunning images that leave a lasting impression on his audience.
April 30th, 2016
Louis Dallara from Medford, NJ I've just updated my Blog, Please check it out and leave comments if you like.
I�m passionate about sharing my knowledge of photography and helping others express their photographic vision.
Louis�s portfolio is located in the gallery tab on the main menu.
The artistic merit of the images combined with the universal appeal of the subject matter makes an indelible impression on the viewer.
Find me and my Google Plus profile here on this link ?Google Plus
May 24th, 2011
I've aways admired bridges, they seem so strong and grounded. They feel good a safe place for me to hide out and enjoy looking at the world from inside a structure. I don't feel hidden or behind anything, just secure. Bridges give me a nice feeling. I hope you enjoy my bridge pixs... Cheers Lou
December 8th, 2010
"The English word wreath comes from the old English word, writhen, meaning to writhe or to twist. Holiday wreaths have long been made by twisting or bending evergreen branches into a circular shape. The ancient Greeks, and Romans, used evergreen leaves and garlands to make headdresses that were awarded as prizes to Olympic athletes, military hero�s, kings and others. Athletes received wreaths of Laurel, military hero�s received wreaths made from olive branches. Members of the aristocracy began adding jewels and precious metals to these headdresses, creating what became the Crown. The word crown comes from the Latin word corona which means wreath or garland. The bible associates wreaths with joy, triumph and honor. In Christianity the holiday wreath represents the circle, and likewise is given as a symbol of eternity. When made of evergreen leaves and branches the wreaths symbolize everlasting life with the green color symbolizing hope and new life. It was somewhere during the 15th century that the wreath began to be used as a hanging decoration. Select this link to see our line of Artifical Christmas Wreaths and Pre-lit Christmas Wreaths. Some believed that hanging a wreath was a sign of victory, be it political, personal or religious."
August 6th, 2010
Synergy is "energy that expands through cooperation." A power is generated in cooperative endeavors which far exceeds the capabilties of any individual acting alone. Synergy is a way in which the Universal Mind rewards loving relationshps, especiallly those which are in purposeful service to the greater whole
February 7th, 2010
The winter chill is upon us and we can only look at the wonders of nature and relax.
February 7th, 2010
Winter Snow on some Holly leaves expresses the feeling of this season that is upon us. Enjoy this moment in time.