‘sun shadows’… this downtown city art is by Weston Lambert entitled ‘Our Time’
I loved the sun through the work. The two close-ups reveal the beauty of the ‘green’. Located at Grand & Fiona.Thanks for stoppin’ in today! bb >
The ‘Pickford Rooftop Cinema Series’ on top of the Parkade has been a big hit its first year…and the last one is this Friday the 12th featuring the ‘Blues Brothers’..Yay!..hope to see you at the free all-ages Rooftop Cinema this Friday…beer garden too! Thanks for droppin’ in today & see you there.. bb >*<
~The 1st Rooftop Cinema Series sunset
~Winner of the ‘Bells & Whistles’ bike competition at the first cinema with the donations to benefit ‘Sterling Bike Works’...a non-profit program providing bikes, tools, education and safe riding skills for kids in the Sterling Drive neighborhood. The 1979 film ‘Breaking Away’ was the first cinema feature and lots of fun to see on the big screen!
(click on pics for larger view)
~Setting up the Rooftop Cinema Screen
June 29.14…looking down Holly from Rocket Donuts…thanks for stoppin’ in and have a wonderful summer (or winter)! bb >*< :)
Fairhaven Sunset- by Ferry Terminal July 2. 14
Time…it just goes by and you find yourself almost a year later… so, here’a summer 2013 sunset, our crazy and beautiful winter snow..and the very nice sunny day we had a couple days ago..that ought to catch things up..thanks for stoppin’ in. bb* ><
1. Summer 2013 sunset
2. Summer Flowers 2013
3. Sunset 2014 ~ 2 days before the snow storm
4. Holly Street Tree ~ Snow Art
5. Snow Globe
6. Snowy Street Scene
7. Sunny! ~ March 11.2014
Happy Earth Day to my visitors and followers! Lots of stuff going on..so have a fabulous one! a<|>w*
Showing at the Pickford today: ‘Trashed’
Presented by Appliance Depot. Join us at 6:00pm for the Reuse Award and reception!
Special event: This Special screening is a non-bargain, no pass event. Member pricing is available.
“This eye-opening and educational documentary about the shocking and brutal effects of our global waste problem will make you sit up, listen, and reconsider your lifestyle and diet choices.” Jennifer Tate, ViewLondon
Trashed – No Place For Waste with the participation of Jeremy Irons, looks at the risks to the food chain and the environment through pollution of our air, land and sea by waste. The film reveals surprising truths about very immediate and potent dangers to our health. It is a global conversation from Iceland to Indonesia between the film star Jeremy Irons and scientists, politicians and ordinary individuals whose health and livelihoods have been fundamentally affected by waste pollution. Visually and emotionally the film is both horrific and beautiful: an interplay of human interest and political wake-up call. But it ends on a message of hope: showing how the risks to our survival can easily be averted through sustainable approaches that provide far more employment than the current ‘waste industry’.
…and a few pics for the day… thanks for stoppin’ by… ‘bellingham blog’ a<|>w*
Clouds & Seagull
Rocket & the Moon
Thanks for stopping by!!! *Bellingham Blog* a<|>w*
TAKE ACTION: Tell the EPA to Ban Neonicotinoid Pesticides Before They Devastate the U. S. Bee Population
It’s no longer a mystery. We know what’s killing the bees. They’re being poisoned by neonicotinoid insecticides, manufactured by Bayer and Syngenta. Why do we care? Of the 100 crop species that provide 90 percent of the world’s food, over 70 are pollinated by bees. No bees, no pollination. No food?
Over the past seven years, the honeybee die-off, known as “colony collapse disorder” (CCD), has claimed 5,650,000 hives, valued at $1.61 billion. Italy, France, Slovenia and Germany have taken action to limit the use of bee-killing pesticides. But here in the U.S.?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is getting ready to approve
a deadly new neonicotinoid called Sulfoxaflor. Several environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the EPA, claiming the agency has failed in its obligation to protect one of the Earth’s most vital pollinators from dangerous pesticides.
The EPA needs to hear from all of us. Please sign the petition below. If we get 100,000 signatures, we’ll swarm the EPA offices in Washington D.C. And you can join us!
TAKE ACTION: Tell the EPA to Ban Neonicotinoid Pesticides Before They Devastate the U. S. Bee Population (click link to sign the ban)
now…Nice discovery walking around town!
And a Sunset too!!
This blog has been a thought in my mind for some time and I finally just launched it lovingly out into the ethernet today to share with all who stop by and/or discover my little corner. It is exciting to have created this blog and now I can watch it grow and become a dynamic and virtual living entity.
Today is also special in that it is Chinese New Year moving into the sign of the Fire Snake and leaving the Dragon behind. It is also the new moon and a great time to start new things. So…think RED for good luck today and for 2013!
I love sunsets…so you will see many in the days and years to come. It is a pleasure to live here and I love and embrace all of Bellingham, it’s people and all that is yet to come. Join me here anytime you get the chance and we will celebrate life in Bellingham together! a<|>w*
Amoureuse de Paris, j'aime aussi l'architecture, les ruines et leurs histoires, l' exploration urbaine (Urbex), les courses de chevaux, la ville, la campagne et la nature, et ... je suis très curieuse
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SosinT is a community-led initiative which is working towards the creation of an Energy Descent Action Plan for the town. The thinking behind TTW is simply that a town using much less energy and resources than we presently consume could, if properly planned for and designed, be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than the present.