Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Today, my friends, I want to present the modern-day Yellow Brick Road – Yellow for Cowardice; Brick for Stupidity and Road … well, more like a trail in the sky of missiles hitting Syria and possibly paving the way … More Rage, Rage, Against the Dying of the Light!
I keep my clear quartz crystals on the round table on the small verandah beside my workroom. I don’t have space for these crystals indoors, and it’s good for them to be in the fresh air while knowing the sunlight energises them and they can’t fade. I re-arranged them recently and felt drawn to add … More Earth Healing – Sanctuary Mandala
I’ve returned again to a photograph of the Standing Stones of Callenish by Dina of The World According to Dina. In this image I have linked with the concept of Australian Aboriginal songlines. Aboriginal people, as far as I can understand, have songlines which criss-cross the country and relate to physical elements, reflected in song, … More Stone Songlines
I’ve been absent for a while due to back problems and also a feeling of great inertia which I decided to indulge because I felt it was a message to let go and just let the good times roll again when it felt right. I’ve been creating digital art, can’t stop now, but haven’t felt … More Happiness Colour Bomb!
Believe it or not, this started out with a plain orange canvas. I played around with all the different gizmos on the computer version of Pixlr and this turned up. It rather reminded me of clowns at play with all the different colours and images.
I created this image from a pale violet canvas in PicMonkey, then superimposed a photo I’d taken of grass in front of trees. Over that I superimposed another photo I took a while back of a firework exploding which I’d worked on in Photoshop. Then I fiddled with the gizmos on PicMonkey and BeFunky for … More Looking for a UFO landing spot
I created this piece of digital art by playing with PicMonkey and BeFunky, just fiddling with the gizmos both these sites offer to see what would turn up. I finally ended up with this image which is lovely and bright, which is why I’ve called it Optimism. It’s dedicated to all my blogging friends who’ve … More Optimism