"Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion; it
is not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality. But, of
course, only those who have personality and emotions know what it means to want
to escape from these things." ~T. S. Eliot

I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you
did, but people will NEVER forget how you make them feel ~ Maya Angelou

I've always been drawn to things that display class, glamour, and beauty

Song of the Day

July 31, 2009

July 29, 2009

From Delray Beach

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Delray Beach, Florida

When I was asked a few weeks ago to come and join them at the beach, I was extremely excited about going, getting the sunrise pictures and going on photo shoot ride down the beach just sounded like fun to me.
I packed our bags (Ryleigh and I) and headed down south to beautiful Delray Beach!
There was such a quaint feel in this town, everyone was so pleasant, in the morning when we walked down to the ocean, lot of morning walkers and have you ever noticed when people are out at that hour of the morning people are so friendly, maybe it the new day, fresh air and knowing that you are in present of people that want the same things as you do.
We were at the beach by 6:30 AM, and got there just before the sun was coming up from the clouds. It was such a feeling of hope, a new begining, a reason to live!
Here are some photos from my trip.(I have more, but haven't edited them yet so there will be more later!)

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July 15, 2009

Note Book

This is where I get my inspiration from, when I'm trying to get that look! The street scenes the water scene..all just full of Love, Passion, and Romance!!


When you say nothing at all!








I Have Always Loved This Song!

July 11, 2009

Libiamo Ne' Lieti Calici

"Decreases to us" is what it means.
Domingo, Carreras And Pavarotti in the Three Tenors concert 1994

Libiamo ne'lieti calici (Drinking Song) is the most famous duet from Verdi's La traviata, perhaps one of the most well known fragments of opera around the world, and an obligatory performance (as is this opera itself) for any great tenor. The song is categorised as a Brindisi, which encourages alcoholic drinking. Those who have performed it include Luciano Pavarotti, Giuseppe di Stefano, Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, Enrico Caruso, and many others. The words were written by Francesco Maria Piave.
If you would like to see the words to the song they are here

I got a couple of giggles out of this and to see 3 men with such a passion for music art, it shows that people come in all kind of packages..