This image was created from a photo of castle ruins. I love old castles, they are so resilient, steeped in history and a monument to those who built them so many, many years ago.
This image came from a photo of a path into a forest. It made me think of the unexplored places our soul can take us on life’s journey when the forces of curiosity are embraced and followed.
This image developed from a photo I had of a standing stone in the UK. I like the feeling of age associated with the stone but also the links from the past to the present to the future. I think too there’s a feeling of peace if we take time to think of the aeons … More Sands of Time
I created this from a photo a friend kindly allowed me to use of rainforest in far north New South Wales, Australia.
I worked on an earlier piece of art I created with a Zen-type app but which proved to be a bit boring so I’ve deleted it. Loading it to Toolwiz and working on it cheered the image up no end
I’ve been having great fun with my new tablet and the app, Toolwiz. Above is artwork I created from a photo of Lake Eyre in central Australia. Amazing what you can do with this handy app!
I’ve been absent for a while due to health challenges which have now sort of sorted themselves out, as much as they’re able, I guess. I came across an image of a bison and, as I mentioned in an earlier post, it reminded me of a dream I had where I was in my grandmother’s … More Abundance and Resilience