Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Little Good News For One Of My Photographs

My photograph was featured on the Crated homepage!

Priya Ghose Photography


I haven’t been blogging lately due to the continued issues with my hands and arms, and have been feeling a bit disheartened about the challenges in creating and promoting my photography and art (as well as struggling to get through the rest of my life). I try to stay positive and look at my situation with humor, but some days I am not as successful at it as I’d like to be. Therefore, it was an extra special kind of awesome to find an email from Crated, notifying me that ‘Ghost Boats In Morro Bay’ has been featured on their homepage. Click here to view a previous blog post about this photograph. I am still trying to keep typing at a minimum for now, but wanted to post this bit of good news. I hope to be back to blogging on a much more regular basis again soon!


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Jo Ann Tomaselli ~ Visual & Verbal Reflections

Pedicabs line Havana Cuba street in front of dilapidated building

Cuba Street Pedicabs by Jo Ann Tomaselli

5 Reasons to ride a bike:

  1. A great way to go green ~ no toxic exhaust.
  2. A wonderful way to stay in shape.
  3. An interesting way to take in a city.
  4. A great platform to photograph from.
  5. A source of income for many of Havanas’ poorer citizens.

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[Icelandic Road trip] – Bird spotting at Krýsuvíkurberg Cliffs

Darwin on the rocks and around the world

Since we arrived in Iceland in late afternoon, we didn’t do much the first day, other than visiting Hafnaberg Cliffs and do some shopping, stocking up on food for the rest of our trip. The next day, we got up quite early because we had a lot of stuff to do and see !

First stop : Krýsuvíkurberg Cliffs.

From Grindavik, we took road 43 then the first road on the left going toward Þorlákshöfn (Rd. 427). We drove until we saw a small wooden sign on the right that says “Krýsuvíkurbjarg”.  It is important to know that you have to take a dirt road and a regular car won’t be able to reach the cliffs without struggling. We experienced our first “river” crossing. I know, it wasn’t that deep, but for a first time, that was impressive, believe me (I’m glad we can’t zoom on my face, I think I was…

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colour for spring/summer 2016

mecc interiors | design bites

It may seem like a long while before we get to 2016, but the reality is that designers are already busily working on product lines that will start to appear in 2016. So having a sense of where colour palettes are headed to best choose colourways for wallcoverings, fabrics for upholstered goods, and finishes for casegoods is hugely important.

colour for spring/summer 2016 | @meccinteriors | design bites CMG 2016+ World Colour Forecast

The Color Marketing Group, or CMG, shows a forecast heavy on the red undertones, hence the continued strong presence of pinks and purples. Many of the neutral brown tones also lean towards red, which pair nicely with cool greys and deeper blues.

Pantone‘s colours, though they may appear different given the presentation, are quite similar, thus strengthening the argument that colour is all about the way you use it.

colour for spring/summer 2016 | @meccinteriors | design bites The Rise of China, the Fall of the United States

Economies are shifting; China is expected to be the most…

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