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THE LAND OF LITTLE RAIN – Mary Hunter Austin: We are not all born at once, but by bits

The tree that it speaks to the austere mountain heads and the watching stars A tour of the Mojave Desert https://traveltips.usatoday.com/mojave-desert-tours-60753.html, inspired American songwriter Carrie Jacobs-Bond to compose the song A Perfect Day. Mojave Desert is one of the most popular tourism spots in North America, for its scenic beauty-playing host to Mojave National Preserve. There are other areas of …

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FARMER AND FLUTIST, PERFORMER, SINGER AND ACTOR – Robert Mirabal: All i see are dark dreary rain clouds, but it’s okay because the sun always sets like an indian

On stage with a hand drum, singing a traditional Tiwa song In every corner of New Mexico, visitors can find festivals, performances, concerts and music. Among its annual music events, Taos Solar Music Festival https://taos.org/events/music-festivals/, you offers entertainment from the best of national and regional artists each June. Many musicians call Taos home, and its energetic wineries and brewpubs bring …

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MOUNTAINS, SKULLS AND FLOWERS – Georgia O’Keeffe: Take the time to look at her world

Sensual art, able to reveal its torments Welcome to Santa Fe (New Mexico), where Canyon Road is a wonderful open-air museum (with sculptures, paintings and works of art), which is absolutely worth a visit. The Loretto Chapel is an ancient Catholic church (now used as a museum and wedding chapel), characterized by its spiral-shaped spiral staircase. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum …

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OLD WORLD CHARM AND YOUTHFUL ENERGY – Montreal, is crossing borders

From homegrown tastes to the trails of Mount Royal, following creative people It is a big and crowded city, with so much to see and do. The more you like Montréal and interact with its creative moments https://www.tripsavvy.com/visiting-old-montreal-things-to-know-1481917, the more you will receive personalized recommendations. Of course, prepare yourself for some surprises along the way! To give you some ideas …

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FORGETTING EVERYTHING YOU EVER LEARNED IN SCHOOL – Sacha Dean Bïyan: Fashion photographer & photojournalist

The superposition of every wave of experience; past, present and future. The memory is the act of recalling images, people and events in our lives, how to browse your photo albums. The memory of a hotel stay reinforces all that you experienced in those moments. Elegantly appointed accommodations offering spacious guest rooms (or suites), with sophisticated decor and luxurious marble …

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BEAUTY IS IN THE GARMENT – Marie-Ève Lecavalier: Deliciously, from the cuts to the finishings

The clothes should always speak for themselves Fashion’s shopping that scream the Montreal style? Tozzi https://www.boutiquetozzi.com/ is a 2010 opened women & menswear boutique. Located on Crescent, bordered by magnificent architecture, their shop is very minimalist. In hopes represented the identity of Montrealers, designer Sabrina Barilà started La Montréalaise Atelier https://www.lamontrealaiseatelier.com/, showing well cut items and practical. It has collaborated …

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WRITING ABOUT CHILDHOOD, LOVE AND LONELINESS – Gilles Archambault: A reader is a being who lacks imagination, because otherwise he would write himself his own fictions

Desperate humor, the fascination of passing time, the inevitable tenderness Like other big cities, in Montreal are ethnic influences to be, but there is also a deep-rooted tradition of French-Canadian food, reflected into its restaurants. Its dishes and styles that evolved with Quebec. Le Mousso restaurant https://lemousso.com/, it is focusing on displaying the ingredients the region has to offer. Its …

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MUSIC FOR LARGE ENSEMBLE – Tim Brady: Traversing the wall of artistic solitude

It is not clear if he has reached his peak but he is certainly up Its hall is home to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra https://www.osm.ca/en/the-hall. Construction began in 2009 and the concert hall was inaugurated 2011. It is the Maison symphonique. The optimized design at wall angles and shape of balcony facades waiting for you. It is located at the …

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OPPORTUNITY TO TRY DIFFERENT STYLES – Prudence Heward: Self-contained women, and gazes meeting those of the viewer

Painting women independent and at times defiant Displayed in four pavilions, you too can admire paintings and sculptures, photographs and decorative art objects. It now numbers over 43,000 works (from Antiquity to today), making it unique in Canada. Founded in 1860 the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/, was one of the first museums in North America to build up …

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INSIDE OLD WALLS, WHERE CREATIVE EXCELLENCE GROWS – Castelfranco Veneto, so beautiful to make your head spin

The wisdom of living creatively what you do Especially if they are show in limited spaces, works of art of extraordinary beauty can determine in many people the Stendhal syndrome, a psychosomatic affection that causes dizziness, confusion and hallucinations. Castelfranco Veneto http://www.italyheaven.co.uk/veneto/castelfranco-veneto.html has only 33,507 inhabitants, but vaunts a considerable concentration of creativity among its fellow citizens. Walking in its …

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