Sunday, October 13, 2013

For My Sunday #Lover “You Put a Move on My Heart” by SEXY Tamia #MUSICVIDEO #DianaMarySharpton

Introduction:
One love, one heart, one destiny.” 

― Bob Marley

It’s Sunday evening and I had an unexpected opportunity to hear the following video and knew you would enjoy it as much as I do.

The artist is originally from Windsor, Canada and is a Grammy-nominated R&B singer-songwriter whose music spans several genres: R&B, neo soul, hip hop soul, pop, gospel, jazz, and soft rock. I am talking about none other than the beautiful sensual Tamia. The song being featured tonight is titled “You Put a Move on My Heart(2).

I pray your evening or morning is a blessed one and we will talk soon. I need to get ready for work, Monday comes to soon LOL!

Remember music is a language and these are my thoughts tonight.

Peace Diana
xxxxxx

References:
2) Video: you put a move on my heart. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=na1pVdg3e4c

Introducing James West's Superb #Photography w/ "Ashokan Farewell" a rendition by Doc and the Lady #Music #Video

Farm House by James West (1)
Introduction:
Good Evening, tonight I am going to introduce a Photographer and his superb eye. He is originally from the Buffalo/Niagara Falls area in western New York and has lived in Mobile, Alabama for the past 14 years. James West was a military man where he served twenty-eight years. He has a Tagline: Fun is where you find it (very optimistic and positive approach to life) and he introduces himself as “Just an open-minded, middle-aged white guy looking for friends and adult fun” with Bragging rights: Write me at estmobilesailor@gmail.com

James’ photography has a beautiful sensuality and you can melt into each picture reliving the moment captured by the lens. The pieces I am featuring are titled 

Lily(2),
Lily (2) 

Pirates Alley (3)
Pirates Alley(3) (which is one of his favorites), 
Fall Stream(4)
Arizona Morning(5)
Flowers by a Falls 2(6) & “Egret(7)
Fall Stream (4)

Arizona Morning (5)
Flowers by a Falls 2 (6)
He is a lover of the violin and the video chosen to accompany this post is a favorite tune titled "Ashokan Farewell"(8) a rendition by Doc and the Lady.
Peace Diana
References:
1) Photograph: Farm House by James West
2) Photograph: Lily by James West
3) Photograph: Pirates Alley by James West
4) Photograph: Fall Stream by James West
5) Photograph: Arizona Morning by James West
6) Photograph: Flowers by a Falls 2 by James West
7) Photograph: Egret by James West
8) Video: "Ashokan Farewell" Doc and The Lady. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QGKlZLgz3w