For 36 weeks, a sketchbook traveled randomly between 4 artists. Each artist then had 5 days to create a spread in response to the one that preceded it. There was no other communication among the artists about the Book. By the end of the journey, the book had traveled over 60,000 miles. You can read or listen to the artist’s commentaries as you page through the book

Raven’s Rambles


I spent a few minutes this morning, poking around Raven’s Rambles this morning. There is both more and less here than I originally thought. Still worthy of a few minutes diversion, and a lot of interesting information. Just not as extensive in some areas as I had hoped. Fun anyway, and great pictures.

World Wonders


I’m spent some time on the World Wonders site today, investigating the goodies there. There are are nine categories of wonders here, and I clicked each and every one of them. Lots of pretty pictures, and some info on most of the wonders. You will find something to amaze you, I promise.

Winners of the I Look Like My Dog Contest


I don’t know that I’d like my claim to fame to be looking like my dog, but these folks don’t seem to mind. I’ve heard (and seen) that folks who have married a long time begin to resemble one another. I wonder if that’s the case here. Winners of the I Look Like My Dog Contest don’t seem to mind if they go to the dogs.

The Miniature Earth


If you reduced the population of the earth to 100 people, yet kept them representative of the entire current population……….and put it into pictures, you’d have this. Excellent to show world societies in numbers the human mind can actually grasp. The Miniature Earth is a short movie with a big impact. It will make you grateful, I think.

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