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Look Through My Window: #WordlessWednesday #GuestPost #Blogiversary

#wordlessWednesday: Robert Goldstein

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Look Through My Window:  Robert M. Goldstein

Soo-Been Lee – Wieniawski – Variations on an Original Theme Op 15

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Portrait of Rob Goldstein by Scott Bader

Rob Goldstein is a writer and photographer from San Francisco. He calls his blog Art by Rob Goldstein but he believes he can just as easily call it life by Rob Goldstein. In Rob’s words, “This is my life as I live it, evolve, process its history, and prepare for an uncertain future. My life is my work and my work is my art.” 

Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robrt_M_Goldste
and on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dream9/

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#WORDLESSWEDNESDAY

As part of my blogiversary week,  it is my privilege to host Robert Goldstein, a very talented artist, photographer and writer. Our linky is open now to all of you, for your smashing #WordlessWednesday posts.

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New to #WordlessWednesday, but would like to join the fun? Here’s how you can join Esha and me. Just follow our three easy steps:

  1. Post a picture on your blog that speaks for itself. It could be from your adventures, experiments, life’s quirky moments, travels or just plain random shots. Absolutely anything that stoked your being.
  2. Add our badge to your post and add a backlink to our posts.
  3. We’d love it if you read, comment and share all the posts linked here.

See you on the other side of the frame.

Happy #WW.

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This guest post has been written as part of my Second Blogiversary celebrations that started on Monday, 3 December, 2018. NatashaMusing turns two this week, 6 December, 2018.

A bunch of erudite bloggers are joining me in this week long celebration, with posts on my favourite genres: Musings, Photography/Art, Travel, Well-Being and Fiction. Mark the following days on your calendar and hop in to catch these soulful blog posts. You could click on the linky to the already published posts below.

Corinne Rodrigues  –  Fill Yourself Up: #MondayMusings 

Damyanti Biswas     – Is Blogging Worth It? #Musings

Robert Goldstein       – Look Through My Window: #WordlessWednesday 

Esha M. Dutta:            – Exploring the Magical Congo Caves: #WanderlustWednesday

Shailaja Vishwanath – Why I Love Mindfulness As a Social Media Strategist 

Keith Hillman                – Fond Farewell: #FridayFotoFiction 

Priya Bajpai                      – Two Down, Three to Go #Fiction 

17 thoughts on “Look Through My Window: #WordlessWednesday #GuestPost #Blogiversary

  1. Sonia Chatterjee says:

    Congratulations for your blog anniversary. I have been missing in action, all thanks to NaNoWriMo last month. But I’m taking baby steps towards getting back to active blogging, so will try linking up my Wordless Wednesday post as my gift to your blog.

  2. Priya says:

    Wow! The snowflakes are beautiful.. It’s mesmerizing and so is Rob’s sketch.
    I have a couple of ideas for sketching. I never worked on it, as I know that I can’t do justice to them. Pity, I will have to use a thousand words or more. 😉

  3. Esha says:

    The picture of snow just brings back the spirit of Christmas alive even though there are still three weeks to go. That is a beautiful sketch btw. Loved your beautiful post, Rob and thank you, Natasha, for featuring Rob today. Soo-Been-Lee is simply amazing! I’ve heard her before and what is striking about her is the way she puts so much passion and dedication into her performances.

  4. Esha M Dutta says:

    The picture of snow just brings back the spirit of Christmas alive even though there are still three weeks to go. That is a beautiful sketch btw. Loved your beautiful post, Rob and thank you, Natasha, for featuring Rob today. Soo-Been-Lee is simply amazing! I’ve heard her before and what is striking about her is the way she puts so much passion and dedication into her performances.

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