The Lonely Whale's Cry for LoveMore Like This
The Lonely Whale’s Cry for Love
52 Hertz Whale:
Is Anyone Out There?
Each year he makes his migration south from the Aleutian Islands to a breeding area in the Pacific Ocean parallel to Central California, looking for a mate. Unlike other blue and fin whales, his more than 6000 miles a year round-trip swim is a solitary one. He does not travel along with the blues or the fins, because he is neither. He is most probably either a hybrid blue
Claude Monet: The World in a Different LightMore Like This
Claude Monet: The World in a Different Light
Pathway at Giverny. Oil on Panel 12x12 by Errol-McKinson
His main subject matter was the beauty of nature.
His art was a life–long expression of his perceptions of the great outdoors, his being the finest practitioner of “plein–air” (open air) landscape painting.
He pioneered a school for artists who left the art studios to focus their talent
Fan Art Friday: How to Train Your DragonMore Like This
Fan Art Friday: We Have Dragons!
How to Train your Dragon by krissy
How to Train Your Dragon
The island of Berk once had a troublesome problem with looting airborne raiders, but thanks to Hiccup and his dragon/best friend, Toothless, a peaceful coexistence reigns in the Viking land. It wasn’t an easy undertaking to get to this point, but audiences all over have sure enjoyed the journey of these action packed films.