Let’s mellow out for this Saturday post. One of my many obsessions in life is to photograph containers. […]
I’m sure I got some of you imagining all sorts of things that finish off the title of […]
Let’s face some facts. The corporate world expects you to “Put your nose to the grindstone” and not […]
I think most of my readers recognize the title above. “Form” is the artistic/creative side of the tools […]
Let’s face it, nothing much comes from the mainstream except task forces, meeting, and other such mundane things. […]
Let’s face it, mainstream thinking makes very little accommodations for creative thinking or risk taking. I worked for […]
I will admit here that many of the photos I have used on my blog come from an […]
I am a writer. I don’t know why I am obsessed with that craft, but I have to […]
This is one of my favorite bird pictures and I have thousands of them. I am presenting it […]
I spent many of my 2019 µRV trips going to reenactments. The picture above is one of my […]
I have never been a competitive person, except with myself. I don’t think there is an age that […]
Since I am declaring Saturdays for the next couple of months my “Virtual µRV Trip” day I am […]
This is not what I planned for 2020, but then it is what no one planned. I had […]
I am having a pretty moody day today so I thought I would give you a picture that […]
Just a little BTW (by the way) for you this Saturday. I know the term Red Invasion has […]
It seems that EVERYTHING is about Covid-19 lately. Even most of the blogs I visit daily are about it. I don’t know if you are like me, but I am becoming somewhat overwhelmed with it lately. It has only been going on for less than a month or so but it seems like a year at least. This post is going to be a respite for me and hopefully will also get your mind off it for at least a couple of minutes too.
For this Artsy Saturday I give you a Wisconsin Lighthouse taken a few years ago. I continue of […]
Storytelling is something that is as old as man. Before written languages were developed and taught to the masses storytelling was the only way to pass down history. Why I seem to be obsessed with trying out storytelling is a mystery to me. That is what this post is all about.
It’s hard to imagine that the above was once cutting-edge technology. Looking back from a hundred years from […]
I love the title of this post. It came from my friends at Reimagining The Future. What do we do when automation has finally eliminate the need for humans to do mundane mind boring tasks? That’s what this post is all about.
Welcome to another Abstract Realism post for this artsy Saturday. I am continuing to hone my skills so […]
For this Artsy Saturday I give you a piece of glass art I found recently at the Ft. […]
For this Artsy Saturday I give you the Frank Lloyd Wright house near Springfield Ohio. I have been […]
No, I’m not talking about a paperweight hospital or the fact that the sole practical purpose of a paperweight is to sit around keeping things from becoming unsettled. What I am talking about is the patience it takes to make a paperweight as shown above. That is what this artsy post is all about.
When I found this post from 5 years ago this week, it grabbed my attention even more than […]
The title above seems like an oxymoron. How can something be abstract and real at the same time. This post is about solving that contradiction and my fascination with the very idea.
For this Saturday I thought I would go WAY back to my analog photo days of 1986. About […]
I have come to appreciate the work of modern sculptures. I ran across these by James Campbell entitled […]
I thought for this Saturday I would give you a painting I found at the Pennsylvania State Museum […]
Last Wednesday I presented you with the glass gallery I discovered at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art. […]
I was recently at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art and came across a fabulous collection of glass. […]
I know I have put the above photo here before but I just think it deserves a Saturday […]
I am definitely a SciFi guy. I love watching almost anything in that genre. The Mad Max movies and that type of doomsday stuff is neat but I really get off on the things that show humanity on a positive note. I guess that maybe started with “Robbie the Robot” in the 1956 film Forbidden Planet. By the time the Jetsons cartoon series rolled around I was totally hooked. I just love thinking about future possibilities.
Just a simple picture for a dewey/foggy Friday morning. It was taken looking out my Study window. The […]
RJsCorner is meant to be a very diverse place. I cover many topics because I am a guy with many labels. One label I haven’t shown you here is my chef side. I spent five years in college working in a dormitory cafeteria serving about 600 people three meals a day. I started that time washing pots and pans and ended up running the entire student waiter staff of about fifty people. I learned many things about cooking and such in addition to how to be an engineer during those years.
One of the things in my life that is very puzzling to me is how I got in the mode of spending time daily with this activity. It is not as if I have nothing else to do with my time. My wife has been doing this activity for the past three decades but I never had much of an interest in it. It’s puzzling how all this got started.