Grandfather Tree Apr17

Grandfather Tree

Today’s image was shared by Brad Wilson – “This mammoth was discovered while hiking the trails at Sarrett Nature Center in Benton Harbor, Michigan. It’s lack of spring buds & wide, winding branches made for great contrast against the damp spring...

Los Nubes Apr13

Los Nubes

La imagen de hoy fue compartida por Destiny Davis – “Saque esta foto en un lugar se llama “The Reservoir”. A mi, es un lugar mas hermoso de todos los lugares en el campus de mi escuela. Tiene mucho flores y arboles bonitos. Me encanta. Y cuando hay nubes oscuros en...

A Promise of Blueberries Apr05

A Promise of Blueber...

Today’s image was shared by Nicole Gauvin – “I took this picture on March 30 at 8:24pm, in Alexandria, Virginia. This blueberry shrub was just planted in the ground a few weeks ago and this was the first time that I noticed that there was fruit.” Today’s poetic...

Bright City Apr02

Bright City

Today’s image was shared by Alan Levine – “I took this photo in August 2010 while visiting the Southbank of London. It was part of Project Morrinho, a public art project where youth from Rio de Janeiro build a miniature city inspired by the landscape and architecture of the...

Einstein in Repose Mar11

Einstein in Repose

Today’s image was shared by Ben Rimes – “One of the science teachers in the middle school has this terrific Einstein action figure perched atop her document camera, inspiring young minds throughout the day (and sporting a wicked awesome hair-do).” Today’s poetic...

Looking Back Feb26

Looking Back

Today’s image was shared by Tim Owens – “It may be a cliche image but it was a gross day outside and I wanted to capture the idea of “looking forward and looking back”. No worries, I was at a stop light!” Today’s poetic form is Haiku. Please share...

Hair Raising Feb17

Hair Raising

Today’s image was shared by Ben Rimes – “I was watching TV one afternoon when I looked over and saw my daughter’s hair had a crazy amount of static electricity after she had been napping on the couch.” Today’s poetic form is Haiku. Please share your poem...