Browsing Archives of Author »Mo Davies«

Art of the Sun in North Cyprus

April 16, 2015

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I was going through photos I’ve taken and came across three which are really part of a set, but I don’t think I’ve published them as such so here they are – scenes of nature in North Cyprus. I would like to claim that I created the colours in these photos, but truth to tell […]

Gardens of Light

April 16, 2015

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When I finished this image, I felt it reminded me of the energies you can feel in gardens and also, if you look slightly aside from individual plants and trees, you can see the light field around them.

Nature’s Grace

April 16, 2015

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I created this from a photo of an ancient tree, super-imposed with a photo of wildflowers in the orange orchard beside our apartment block – the old and the new together.

Magic of Nature

April 16, 2015

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I’ve got a stinker of a cold which I’ve caught from my husband so I’m just doddling with art at the moment.   I decided I’d post a few pieces of digital art I’ve created over the past few months but never got around to publishing the images. This one I’ve called “Magic of Nature” […]

Fire Element

April 15, 2015

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Well, I got all fired up (if you’ll excuse the pun, ahem) with the Fire Element, and ended up with three images. I couldn’t make my mind up so I decided to post all three. Fire relates to passion, energy, creativity, action, warmth, will power, drive and motion. However, Fire can also be destructive if […]

Water Element: Worship Water

April 14, 2015

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I used as a foundation for the water element a photo of a rather lovely turquoise pendant in my jewellery collection.  It’s Iranian turquoise and has a surround of marcasite.  I trimmed the photo to a close-up, then used a “liquify” function on Photoshop to get rid of the marcasite.  Then I fiddled and faddled […]

Earth Element

April 12, 2015

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I created this from an earlier piece of digital art I never got around to using, and super-imposed an image of a photo I took of a piece of polished rock, Astronomite, found at the Northern end of Lake Argyle, which is located in the Kimberley Ranges in Western Australia.  It is 600 million years […]

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