The 40th edition of Huntsville’s Panoply Arts Festival is ready for you with art, arts, and more arts and entertainment, but you’ll need a ticket, kids under 12 are free.
This photo, also from Panoply 2005, was one of several I was considering for the last post. For some reason, the motif seems to keep coming up, and so I decided to go ahead and present it now. Not terribly remarkable as fireworks goes, but if one takes a moment to contemplate the meaning, and to meditate upon the beauty of the roiling fireballs, it does seem to be a bit captivating.
So, the sign are undeniable. The season has changed and soon summer will be here. Most folks know that the political rhetoric in the public discourse cools off a bit this time of year…
Click on the photograph for a panoramic showing where the new bicentennial fountain SHOULD be located. Bye Centennial apparently is the correct connotation for the activities and “celebrations” to be associated with Huntsville’s bicentennial year of 2005. As Huntsvillian’s know, Huntsville was first founded in 1805 in and around the Big Spring downtown. There is […]