I discovered something new that I’d missed on PicMonkey today – the geometrical shapes which you can superimpose on a canvas and create all sorts of different patterns. So today I created two circles, one within the other, then superimposed a photo of a white tea-tree bush that I photographed when we lived in Bowraville, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Australia. Then I added in image of a purple rose I’d created a while back. In PicMonkey you can add a texture which covers the whole canvas and tends to be more transparent. But with the overlay gizmo, you add the actual photo and you can fiddle with it to make it smaller, larger, turn it on its side or fade it. You can even change the colour if you want to. So when I added the rose as an overlay, it’s far more solid than the texture I used for the tea-tree bush. Here’s the result, which I decided to call: Listening to Your Heart’s Passion. I used this moniker because it reminds me how people’s faces droop and lose life when they are talking about something which they’re “supposed to do” and they way their faces light up when they listen to the call of the heart, heed their intuition and follow their passion.