Browsing Archives of Author »Mo Davies«


September 1, 2015


I have a theory that, if we could float above the Universe and Planet Earth, we’d see a picture of a kaleidoscope which operates unknown to us but links us to each other and to bits and pieces of life and history in ways which resemble a kaleidoscope. I had been thinking of this for […]

The Kindness of Strangers

August 28, 2015


Let’s remake the world with words. Not frivolously, nor To hide from what we fear, But with a purpose. Let’s, As Wordsworth said, remove “The dust of custom” so things Shine again, each object arrayed In its robe of original light.   And then we’ll see the world As if for the first time. As […]

Mystic Mo

August 26, 2015


I haven’t mentioned it on here but we are going to be on the move again some time in the future. I absolutely love living here in North Cyprus, but the intense heat of this summer really knocked me for six and the older I get the less able I am to tolerate not just […]

Carob Memories

August 24, 2015


I created this from a photo I took of an abandoned carob store. The building was further along the coast, to the west from where we live in Alsancak, just outside the historic port of Kyrenia, in North Cyprus.  The light in the bottom window represents the wealth that people in Cyprus enjoyed from the […]

Site connection fixed

August 24, 2015


I’ve had a few comments that, when people have clicked to visit my blog, instead they’ve ended up on a Chinese site or one flogging motorcycles. When my domain: expired, the Chinese site pinched it (may karma bite them on the bum!), and I’ve tried everything to stop the feed switching to them. So […]

Yes, We Can – Save the Earth, that is!

August 23, 2015


I created a piece of digital art from a photo I’d saved of a mountain top at sunset, overlaid with an image of a waterfall. The water around the mountain served for me as an image of climate change, the melting of glaciers, every-hotter temperatures and so on. I added a few overlays with the […]


August 20, 2015


I created this from an on-line image I found of the Niagara Falls frozen in super-cold weather last winter. I was interested to see what looks like the pale purple image of a dolphin in the middle towards the right (or it might just be my imagination!). This piece of digital art has a two-fold […]


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