The stereogram experience

I first learned about stereograms in 2001. Back then, the term was new to me and I had no idea that it was possible to see 3D shapes on a 2D screen with the naked eyes.

What are stereograms you ask?

A diagram or computer-generated image giving a three-dimensional representation of a solid object or surface

Wikipedia, as usual, has a nice article explaining stereograms.

After a long week of trying hard, researching and learning various techniques, I managed to see my first stereogram:

3D snowman

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Landmarks, Museums, Parks, Markets, and other recreational sites

This article contains a collection of various landmarks, museums, parks, markets and other recreational sites that have been featured in this blog:




Wear a Flower – At Seattle’s Pike Market

The other Sunday, I ran into the “Crystal Bouquet – Wear a flower” artisan shop in the Pike Market in Seattle where they put flowers inside a glass pendant:

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Blanton Museum of Art

During my visit to Austin, Texas, during Thanksgiving of 2015, I had a chance to visit the Blanton Museum of Art. I loved the collection and I share some of them with you.

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❤ I love you, my dear dog ❤

Today I met a nice Chinese lady, Jenny, in the gym where I go. We chatted a bit, and then she told me about the music video she composed where she sings for her dog, Yoyo.
The song is in Mandarin, however make sure you enable the English CC (Closed Captions) in your mobile YouTube player. If you are playing from a computer, then the CC are enabled by default.

I have to say that Jenny’s voice is really nice, the tune is surely catchy and the video clip is well done:

On another note, here’s a man that turned his house into an indoor cat playland! Very beautiful!

How far would you go to express your love for your pet?

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Video interview with Michelle Vulama – Artist and Rock Painter

The other, when I was visiting Vancouver BC, I met Michelle Vulama inside the Granville Island Public Market.

She’s a talented rock artist! She picks up rocks and starts painting on them.

From her work, I can see she has good imagination and lots of creativity.

What follows is an impromptu interview that she gracefully allowed me to conduct with her:

Here are some of her work displayed inside the market:

Finally, I would like to conclude by saying that Michelle accepts work commissioned by clients. That is, if you have an idea or a special rock you want to have a painting on it (say your dog painted on it or loved one), then do not hesitate to ask her to do that job for you.
Personally, if I had a moon rock, I would ask her to paint on it…Or otherwise, have her paint on an earth rock and let astronomers leave it on the moon! 🙂

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