Today I decided to work with images of roses I’ve photographed here in North Cyprus: two of the Apothecary’s Rose in our garden which I think is the bees’ knees – including one showing the huge centre when the rose is in full blossom – and a pink and a red rose which are in … More Juicy Love, Juicy 2014!
I thought I’d stick to something simple today as I came across a photo of Ballina Beach in northern New South Wales and realised I’d forgotten how lovely the clouds look. I touched up the original photo with PicMonkey and, I’ve got to say, I’ve found their quick fix tools for light and clarity sometimes … More Ballina Beach Boogies
Today I’ve done some simple work with a photo I took of a blossom on the Apothecary’s Rose in our garden. It’s an ancient rose and native to the Turkish region. I love the idea of having a rose bush in our garden with long-standing ties to this region as it seems symbolic of the … More Apothecary’s Rose Revisited
This digital art is quite a contrast to the previous one, but it just seemed to fall into place. The base photo was of a photo of South-West Rocks, close to Kempsey, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Australia. I fiddled quite a bit with this image but wasn’t quite satisfied with it … More Transformation
I was fishing through my photos yesterday and came across one I’d completely forgotten about – water flowing down the rocks either side of the road through the mountains to Dorrigo. We had arrived on the mid-north coast of New South Wales,were staying in a pet motel with our pooch Rosie and went to check … More Water, Nature, Emotional Healing
Since I’ve banged on quite a bit about Mt Lindesay, here’s a collection of photographs I took while we lived at Woodenbong on the caldera of an ancient, extinct volcano. Mt Lindesay is right on the border of New South Wales and Queensland and so is visible from both States. The mountain is sacred to … More Photos of Mt Lindesay, New South Wales
Here are photos I’ve taken of Wollumbin (Mt Warning) rainforest. Just thought I’d share the photos rather than create a digital art image.