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Earth Mama (AEDMN30)

November 30, 2015


Well, I have made it through the Earth Every Day in November challenge and managed to post every day which I’m very pleased about so I’m patting myself on the back! I wanted to wind up on something positive, given the state of affairs in the world today, so here is Earth Mama:  I took […]

Faith, Hope, Love (AEDM#29)

November 29, 2015


One more day to go in Art Every Day Month November, run by the amazing Leah Piken Kolidas, and then I’m over the finishing line, thank goodness.  It’s a good exercise and great discipline but I’ll be glad to get a bit laid-back again! I don’t know about anyone else, but I have found this […]

Cosmic Dancer (AEDMN#28)

November 28, 2015


I came across a piece of digital art with purple bubbles and I have no idea where it came from. So I added an image of a dancing spirit, fiddled around with Pixlr, changed the image to green, and wah-lah: Cosmic Dancer.  

Pinnacle Revisited (AEDMN#27)

November 28, 2015


I’m a day late posting this is I was really under the weather yesterday.  I did a gentle revisit of a photo I took from The Pinnacle in the Border Ranges National Park of far north New South Wales, Australia. We were mooching around in the national park when a ranger told us to visit […]


November 26, 2015


Something a bit different as last night I had a very strong healing dream where I was reminded that the presence of a black panther in an earlier dream was an energy/totem figure for me. I can’t remember the details – only the herbalist owner giving me drops, with 10 needing to be taken twice […]


November 25, 2015


I came across the image of a deserted house in the Appalachian Mountains in the US and, as I usually do with empty houses, wondered what had happened to the original inhabitants and their dreams and lives. So I added an overlay of autumn undergrowth to represent the passing of lives at this house, but […]

Life & Memories (AEDMN#24)

November 24, 2015


A few weeks back the vacant paddock beside our apartment was cleared of all rubbish and quite a few mimosa bushes were pulled out. At the time the paddock was bone dry and yellow. Now, with a bit of rain (not a lot), the grass has grown and the mimosa shoots have re-appeared, an affirmation […]


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