Thursday, November 25, 2010

Portraits Taken in Nicaragua





Buenos Aires Morning

This was taken on a rare occasion when the street was empty. I am looking towards the Obelisco, famous for being on the largest avenue in the world.

The Library

When I first stumbled into this room, thanks to my boyfriend/official tour guide, I was immediately taken with the quite, aging, room. A room so full of knowledge that it was practically overflowing. I loved the chandeliers in particular. This was taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Oh, Macaroons!

They were too irresistibly good to just eat. I had to savor the memory. When I ate these, not only was I so taken with the sensational flavor and consistency, but also the incredible lightness they possessed. However, when taken in by the camera, they possessed a magnificent towering quality that could only be captured by the camera lens.

So many weiners!!

These are a few photos I took at the Long Dog Derby in October.

A Friend.

This is my best friend.

This is not his foot.


These are a few of my drawings. The first is done in powdered charcoal, vine charcoal, and compressed charcoal. The second is done in powdered charcoal, and india ink. The third is done in graphite, compressed charcoal, vine charcoal, powdered charcoal, and pastel.