The wildly colorful festival, called Holi, takes place across Hindu nations at Winter’s end. It is wonderfully chaotic, a time when people cut loose and celebrate the coming of Spring. On the actual day of Holi, celebrants douse each other with brightly colored paints and powders and forget all inhibitions.
Can’t see it? Check back next Monday, for its location. And, here is the location of last week’s candy crab if you could not find it.
There are a few spaces remaining in our Creative Sessions Workshop on March 5-7, 2010 in Seattle, Washington. If you are interested visit the Art Wolfe Workshop Website.
The International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) is a premier worldwide photography event focused on conservation and the environment. The biennial juried photo competition, along with awarding cash and merchandise to selected photographers, will include an online exhibit, a 3-month museum gallery exhibit at the prestigious Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle, Washington, publication in a national photography magazine and other printed communications, and a slide show for use in community outreach and global on-line entertainment/education. Hurry, the deadline is quickly approaching – February 28th, 2010.