Waterlogged: Water Tracker App | This One Is the Best

HOW MUCH WATER SHOULD I DRINK EVERY DAY? According to Autumn Calabrese and the team at Beachbody, you should drink your body weight, divided by two, in ounces.  So if you weigh 150 pounds, your daily water intake should be 75 ounces (150/2=75).  If you aren’t certain how much you weigh, estimate and when you … Continue reading “Waterlogged: Water Tracker App | This One Is the Best”

CAMERA: Take 21 | Anything But Plain

Take 21 | Anything But Plain a concrete facade and its spectacular color palette on Gran Roque, the biggest of the islands in Los Roques Archipelago Concrete:  typically not the prettiest of building materials. But despite its plainness, it can be dressed up and seen in a different light. — Pretty much the story of … Continue reading “CAMERA: Take 21 | Anything But Plain”

An Inch of Hope | The 10 Day Blog Makeover Challenge

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park | Key Biscayne, Florida Well, it’s been quite some time since I last blogged. (Over a year and a half to be exact, but who’s counting?) To be honest, I am attempting to wrack my brain in an effort to find the reason behind this absence.  Did some major … Continue reading “An Inch of Hope | The 10 Day Blog Makeover Challenge”

CAMERA: Take 20 | The Circle of Life

Take 20 | The Circle of Life a waterbuck carcass on Crescent Island found near the shore of Lake Naivasha, Kenya A beautiful reminder of the circle of life… — This private reserve is a haven for hundreds of animals.  The surreal experience of walking with zebra, giraffes, and many other African animals is one of … Continue reading “CAMERA: Take 20 | The Circle of Life”

How to Make a Color Palette from a Photo

“The chief function of color should be to serve expression.” -Henri Matisse Henri Matisse definitely hit the nail on the head. If color should be to make a statement, then we better get it right. One of the best tools on the web that I found in regards to color is Adobe Color CC. Let’s … Continue reading “How to Make a Color Palette from a Photo”