Tips for Healthy Blood & Good Circulation
High Blood Pressure or Hypertension
Blood pressure is the force with which the blood presses against the arterials walls as it circulates throughout the body. When a person has High Blood Pressure, the force is greater than normal causing the arterial walls to narrow, which puts extra strain on the heart. A person’s blood pressure can easily increase with physical exercise, fear or stress, but these elevations are usually transient.
Langston Hughes, Writer 1902 – 1967
In keeping with our theme – this month’s quote comes from surprise, surprise, an Aquarius and writer Langston Hughes, born of African-American and Native American descent, and was best known for his work during the Harlem Renaissance, writing about Harlem when it was considered to be “in vogue.” And like most Aquarians, he was concerned with “freedom.” Give an Aquarius their freedom and they can produce magic. Attempt to cage them in, and you’re in trouble, they’ll be gone in a flash and might not come back!
“An artist must be free to choose what he does, certainly, but he must also never be afraid to do what he might choose.”
Aquarius, the Water Bearer
Greetings everyone and welcome to the February ChatterBulletin! We have moved from Capricorn, our sure-footed and mountain climbing goat, into the sign of Aquarius. From the sign that requires structure, discipline and rules, comes the sign that above everything else needs its freedom, and if necessary, will either break or reinvent the rules, so there!
This month’s article for PhotoServe’s Features section is a conversation with my friend Alexandra Bortkiewicz, who is the Director of Photography for Alamy Stock Agency in the UK. Click on this link to read the entire article: Alexandra Bortkiewicz January2011
© Alamy Collection/Roger Bamber
Continuing on with this month’s theme of individuality, it won’t come as a surprise that this month’s photographers are showing portraits of “unique” individuals!
Starting us out this month is photographer and long-time friend, David Partner. We have known each other for a great many years that began as far back as our teens, but the reason I’m showing this particular portrait this month is because I thought it perfectly represented the idea of “unique individuals.”