Tuesday Photography and Books

The Great Egret taken at a pond at the perimeter of an orange grove.

The two tree captures are from Descanso Gardens. I have no idea who the individuals are, and blurred their faces.

Our World Tuesday

Amy Meltzer’s blog, Homeshuling, will be hosting the April Jewish Book Carnival. Get your links to her by this Thursday, April 12, 2012. Email them to morahamy [at] yahoo [dot] com.

The Association of Jewish Libraries of Southern California is thrilled to announce that the 47th Annual AJL convention will be held at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena, California.

Read Leonard Fein’s article regarding A.B. Yehoshua on being a complete Jew vs a partial Jew.

The Arrogant Years: One Girl’s Search for Her Lost Youth, From Cairo to Brooklyn, by Lucette Lagnado, looks to be as good a read as her first memoir, The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit.

I came across this book, and it is a must buy for me...An Exclusive Love, a Memoir, by Johanna Adorjan

April 10, 2012 – 18 Nisan, 5772

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22 responses to “Tuesday Photography and Books

  1. Gorgeous blossoms! And that egret – so lovely!

  2. A great mirror reflection of the egret. She is graceful and beautiful.

  3. I love the beautiful egret and the gorgeous blossoming trees. It is a beautiful time of the year. thanks for sharing.

  4. I’ve read both Lucette Lagnado’s books, and yes, she is a wonderful writer. There is a lot of sadness in her tale, but she is also able to find the good in people, especially within her family.

    Love the red and white combination of tree blossoms.

  5. Beautiful spring shot. I love the photo of the egret.

  6. All of these photos are wonderful. I like your photo of the egret, but those trees in bloom are spectacular.

  7. Such a lovely look at your world! Beautiful trees in bloom and, of course, I love the egret! Hope you’re enjoying a great week!

    Sylvia

  8. Lucky you to have captured the great egret with your lens!

  9. loved those flowering trees. :)

  10. Your second pic looks like a Japanese painting -wonderful! The third pic looks like just one branch of it -must be a big tree! Lovely egret:) Your wold is very pretty!

  11. Beautiful photos, love the egret.

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