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Heart Whispers

November 19, 2014

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Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray. ~ Rumi ~

Riotous Rhodies

November 18, 2014

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I love rhododendrons but sadly for the past forty-plus years I’ve mostly lived in places which have been too hot for these flowers. They can get riotous if they’re in the right conditions – I think cool and pretty wet – but hot weather knocks them for six. I took a photo of this rhododendron […]

Portal

November 15, 2014

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Years ago, when I lived in Boonah, in south-east Queensland, I came across a book in the local library of sacred earth formations around the globe. One in particular drew me – I think it was of a centre of standing stones in France, although I’m not too sure, and I have no idea of […]

The Soul on Fire!

November 10, 2014

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This image represents hope for a better world  of love not hate, of compassion not contempt, of vision not fear, of souls on fire and flowering with hope. But also black streaks across represent the forces dragging us down – the military-industrial complex; Big Pharma like Monsanto; Big Oil; politicians in the pockets of big […]

EarthLove

November 8, 2014

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I’ve used the same image as my previous post but altered the colour to green to honour the beauty of the planet which sustains us. I decided to use Ann’s photo, Kudzu (http://therepublicofann.wordpress.com) because the Smoky Mountains are a truly beautiful part of Mother Earth.  I look at Ann’s photos and reflect on how lovely […]

Aha!

November 8, 2014

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I worked with another photo from The Republic of Ann, the blog run by Ann with photos of the Smoky Mountains (http://therepublicofann.wordpress.com) . To be honest, I took off into the wild blue yonder with her photo and I’m going to return to it in my next post. However, this image – with lightning and […]

StarFlight

November 5, 2014

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Yesterday I picked up the prints I’d ordered of my digital art for my art exhibition on 22nd November. I’m thrilled because they look good – simple, uncomplicated and elegant (well, I think they are, anyway!). Instead of canvas or framing, I deciding to get my art printed on light board.  It’s much cheaper – […]

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