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Crazy Diamonds

February 11, 2016

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Once again I got hijacked in creating this image – I was intent on working with a photo of woodland and was scrolling along to find it when a photo of rocks jumped out, mugged me and demanded to be centre star today. I’ve called this “Crazy Diamonds” from Pink Floyd’s recording: “Shine on You […]

A Path With Heart

February 10, 2016

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This turned out completely different to what I’d intended. The original digital art, based on a photo of elm trees in Wales, was much brighter. But then I used an overlay on PicMonkey which produced these colours – a lot softer, mixing the stars and Planet Earth, and a butterfly to signify the transformative powers […]

Healing, Caring, Loving Support for Syria’s Peoples

February 7, 2016

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  There are two images below, taken from a photo of a pool in the Karijini National Park in north-west Western Australia. The pool is surrounded by rocks with a shaft of light pouring down into the central pool. It seemed to me that this was an image of light and spiritual energies pouring into […]

Romantic Riotous Red!

February 6, 2016

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I’ve really been into the colour red lately – perhaps to re-energise myself after my bout of ‘flu in December-January. So while we were in south Nicosia, my friend and I went to Jumbo which is a huge toy/fancy goods warehouse-type shop. And I had great fun picking out red candles, a red boa (and […]

Crystal Capers

February 6, 2016

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On Thursday I went to a crystal shop in south Nicosia with a friend, intent on getting a Carnelian stone but, as everyone knows, who comes out of a crystal shop with only one stone? Certainly not me. So I ended up with a Carnelian stone and a number of pendants – Tree of Life; […]

Within, Without You (against EU plans to criminalise those in the community helping refugees and asylum seekers)

February 3, 2016

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Many locals and holiday makers on Greek islands such as Lesbos have waded into the sea or gone out in small boats to give a helping hand to refugees and asylum seekers in difficulties, which I think is absolutely wonderful. It shows a humanity which is sadly lacking in EU leaders and bureaucrats because, a […]

Boab Dreaming

January 30, 2016

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When I lived in Victoria, Australia, I happened to meet a lass who showed me two stones she’d found under a Boab tree in the Northern Territory and which she’d brought home with her. I imagine that these two stones probably had spiritual resonance for Aboriginal groups in the area where the stones were found […]

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