This is a well written article that truly captured my reasons for disliking modern performances of classical music: Read Article.
You have not lived until you have heard Vivaldi sung in an Aztec dialect (Nahuatl) — skip to 2:43:
The Fort Worth botanical gardens hosted a special biennial butterfly exhibit in their conservatory.
Join me as I explore butterflies and a number of exotic plants.
Kashmiri tea, also called noon chai (when salted) or pindi chai (when sweetened), is a wonderful spiced tea famous for its pink color. I will not lie, this is not the easiest tea to make. It takes approximately 2 hours, but the reward of a bright pink tea makes it all worthwhile. Unfortunately, clear, concise English directions are hard to come by. So, after weeks of experimentation I have produced this article.
Sorry, there are still a few production glitches I am working out on the video. Anyway, read on for a detailed recipe.
The title says it all: VoM did it again in stunning HD:
Spring has come and the cherries have blossomed. Join me for another tour of the Japanese gardens in Fort Worth.
“Wisdom tells me I am nothing. Love tells me I am everything. And between the two my life flows.” –Nisargadatta Maharaj
I hope everyone is having an enjoyable holiday. Here is a beautiful performance to warm up your evening.
Frankly, the seasons are slow to change. As such, there are only so many landscape shots one can take of a 7.5 acre garden. So, I have been experimenting with more portraits.
Most of the leaves have fallen and the nights have become chillier. Winter has taken a hold of North Texas and the Japanese gardens continue their annual evolution.
Join me for some more pictures.