Wednesday, March 9, 2022

From Frying Pan to Fire

 To say I've been absent from this platform is quite an understatement. Life  REALLY got in the way. Now that the dust has settled it's clear I'm on a new path, revisiting a much loved area of discovery - MUSIC. I've always enjoyed singing and writing and lately have been exploring the wonderful world of production. Without further ado I introduce my original piece, 'Le Reve', a loop compilation of French poetry and the freeform guitar stylings of David S. Johnson. Enjoy!

Friday, October 23, 2020

Chihuli, Chiluli

 I recently had the honor of attending an exhibit by Master Glass Blower, Dale Chihuli. His work is extraordinary, both in scale and concept. The photos speak for themselves, but if you want to experience the excellence of Chihuli's work, there is no substitute for a gallery visit. You gotta go!!

In Bloom

Vase I


Casting Colors


Vase II

Copyright 2020, Kathy Neudorf

Sunday, March 15, 2020


Here are 2 recent shots that say 'winter' to me. We seem to be having a long one. Both pictures taken at the Glen. 

Wind in the Trees

Shades of Gray
Copyright 2020, Kathy Neudorf

Monday, October 7, 2019

Veneto Venezia

In May, 2019 I journeyed to Italy. Our primary purpose was to explore the Tuscany region, but our first stop was in Venice, which was my favorite by far. What words can describe Venice? It's the most beautiful city I've ever seen. Mysterious. Magical. Historical. Mythical. Multicolored, ancient buildings dipping and dripping into waterways. The eerie calm of the fetid canals. Venetian Prosecco, the best I've ever tasted. And the rain. The rain. The rain!

Soggy Street


Heavenly Heights



Into The Mystic
Copyright 2019, Kathy Neudorf

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Toscana - Firenze

Our first Tuscan destination was Florence, Tuscany's capital. Florence is known as the Cradle of the Renaissance, with very good reason. Sadly I only visited for one day, so was unable to fully explore its magnificent offerings. But what I saw made me very thirsty for more.

Window Covering

Facade 1

Stairs of Antiquity

Store Front
Basilica of Santa Maria Novella


On River's Path


Door Decor

The River Arno 

Copyright 2019, Kathy Neudorf

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Toscana - San Gimigniano and the Via Francigena

 Our first excursion took us to the historic hill town of San Gimigniano. We walked the iconic Via Francigena, following the centuries old route of pilgrims. The weather was perfect; the warm spring breezes complementing the breathtaking views. The town was like nothing I'd ever seen before, and the countryside was beyond words.
Via Francigena
Glorious Tuscan Countryside

City Walls

San Gimigniano
Tree Tops
Olive Grove
Copyright 2019, Kathy Neudorf

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Toscana - Casino Di Terra

 Our home base was Fattoria Belvedere, an accommodation near the tiny village of Casino Di Terra. Although I do not usually promote here, this place is a wonderful destination, with easy access to the hill towns and glorious Tuscan countryside. While there I savored the surrounding landscape, and was rewarded again and again. 
Golden Hour


Willow's Path


Tuscan Landscape
Green, Green, Green
Willows Too
Copyright 2019, Kathy Neudorf

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Toscana - Volterra

I was part of a walking tour, so explored many areas on foot. We visited the hill town of Volterra, where I wandered the lanes and alleyways for hours. It was an amazing time, discovering treasure at every turn. 
Going Home

Door Number 7

Distant Slopes
Hanging It Up
Bend In The Road

Bike Decor
Light At The End Of The Tunnel
Over The Rooftops
Copyright 2019, Kathy Neudorf