Tag: art

A Bunting We Will Go

A rare sight for Annapolis indeed. This little bird is a Snow Bunting who has migrated to the Chesapeake Bay in search for food this autumn. This little bird lives high on the frozen tundra in the upper arctic region of North America. Fondly nicknamed a Snowflake, this […]

Honoring the Noble

Arlington National Cemetery,¬†the most sacred resting place for American military and their families in the United States. Situated on land originally owned by the Custis Family, and wife of General Robert E. Lee, that was seized by the Union army during the American Civil War. In 1864, with […]

Red for Remembrance

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE Words and music by Pete Seeger performed by Pete Seeger and Tao Rodriguez-Seeger Where have all the flowers gone? Long time passing Where have all the flowers gone? Long time ago Where have all the flowers gone? Girls have picked them every […]

Gallery of Gratitude

This time of year is a wonderful time for personal reflection and appreciation of special people in our lives. I’ve been very fortunate to have a great photography coach that I met last year when I had finally purchased my first DSLR. Lynford Morton of PhotoTourDC and PhotoCoachPro¬†offers […]

The Hands Have It

This past Monday, I went into the woods with six of my hiking buddies. The objective? To clean and clear out some trails that had a number of trees felled due to Hurricane Sandy. As we will be hiking this route in several weeks with the regular hiking […]

With Humbled Gratitude

When starting Hoofbeats & Footprints on WordPress, something happened that I never expected to happen. Wonderful, kind and thoughtful fellow bloggers quickly became friends and penpals. I’ve had the opportunity to actually meet a couple of great bloggers in person and enjoyed seeing them and the world they […]

The Streets of Baltimore

This little country mouse finally made it to the big city of Baltimore. The Broadway play “Wicked” is visiting in Baltimore at the France-Merrick Performance Theatre, warmly known as the Hippodrome. Arriving a bit early, we decided to walk around the block and try to capture some of […]