Monthly Archives: September 2011

Vulgarity — An attack on the US soil!?

The vulgar and base character is not from the nationality but from upbringing and the individual.

By “cheap”, I meant the sentiments usually attributed to biological and physiological features.

The “base” sentiments, such as hunger in its very basic form, not elaborated into ritual or aesthetic appeals, lust expressed in such a style only shown among the most tyrannical styles — “when I want, I would say out to you regardless how you feel” or worse, doing so purposefully, labeling, etc.

It requires the society to understand to tell people to elaborate certain rituals of life to a form of art, or to a cultural and mutual understanding.

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Apple

Apple

Apple

Apple, Malus pumila
September 6, 2011
Arlington Heights, IL


Chicago Jazz Festival

There was the Chicago Jazz Festival last week.

The Chicago I saw was literally a dirty city where on holidays many visit for sightseeing purposes. The railways runs above the roads so that many streets are dark. There are sidewalks for those roads and there are stores which you have never heard of. It is spacious and hard to walk through the city which is not at all pleasant. There hardly any show windows nor places to sit and enjoy the view. There are buildings and sculptures so funny that it looks like a theme park, which serves just for that purposes for the tourists. From any corner of the street, you would notice the computer designs which not at all fit the human purposes.

People, however, are more friendly than those in big cities around the globe. They have the air of kindness which they sacrifice for money. Those from other parts of the country are much more nicer than those who flock the stores in NY city.


Eastern Cottonwood

Eastern Cottonwood

Eastern Cottonwood

Eastern Cottonwood, Populus deltoides
September 2, 2011
Arlington Heights, IL

Eastern Cottonwood: Bark

Eastern Cottonwood: Bark


Pin Oak

Pin Oak

Pin Oak

Pin Oak, Quercus palustris
September 1, 2011
Arlington Heights, IL

Pin Oak: Bark

Pin Oak: Bark