A while back I took a photo of five crows sitting on a tree, motionless, against the evening sky. It was quite eerie, they looked very focused, a bit like ghosts atop the bare branches of the trees. Anyway, I returned to it yesterday and created some new images using Pixlr overlays and frames. Hope … More Crow Magic
Someone from Twitter with the moniker StreetArt reminded liked one of my posts and reminded me how much I like street art. I think it enhances our urban environment and adds richness to our daily lives, plus the creativity of street artists never ceases to amaze me. The spider represents the web of creativity spun … More I Love Street Art
I just happened to look up and see a splendiforous sunset this evening here in North Cyprus so nipped outside to get a couple of shots. I also managed to catch a shot of some members of the family of hooded crows (to add to a shot I took yesterday) which nests in a nearby … More Sunset & Crows
Something different for Art Every Day in November, Day 6: I photographed this crow against the sky at dusk then played with PicMonkey a bit to get the sepia tones. I sometimes get the idea that crows pose for photos!
I have been trying to get a photo of the foxes that prance around on the vacant paddock next to our apartment but no luck – today I hoofed it to the patio only to see the fox’s tail disappear into the bushes at the top of the … More A Humour of Crows
I’ve been reading a very interesting book about Adverse Childhood Experiences, Childhood Disrupted: How your Biography becomes your Biology, and how you can Heal, by Donna Jackson Nakazawa. It relates to research which shows that, when you have one or more Adverse Childhood Experiences, you are quite likely – particularly if you are a woman … More Medicine Shield
Over the past couple of days I’ve had fun creating a feather smudge wand and altering some of my stone pendants. I have been meaning to create a wand with feathers to use for smudging sage smoke but the day before yesterday felt a real urge to go out for a walk, stepped out of … More Creative Capers 1: Smudge feather fan