Still on the Standing Stones of Callenish, this image relates to the energies of Earth, Fire, Air and Water. I find I’m adding water more to artwork these days, in recognition of climate change and the rising power of the water element in Mother Nature. Again I’m indebted to Dina, for her kind permission to … More Flying High
I’ve got a photo of rocks on Langi Beach, WA, but which I’m unable to trace to any particular spot, certainly not in Western Australia, as far as I can ascertain. Nevertheless, the rock formations are stunning, as if earth energies frozen in time are listening to prayers for grace led by one particularly large … More Canyons of Courage: Stone Guardians of Urban Life.
I took this photo of a piece of tree bark standing from foliage cut down in the paddock beside our apartment. It just made me think of how we can wade through all sorts of shit but fight our way into a place of honour where we can stand up and speak our truth.
Yesterday I read a deeply emotional letter from an Australian man to the Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, in relation to the Safe Schools programme run by the Federal government. The programme, for those of you overseas who don’t know its contents, is designed to address issues around bullying in general but also homophobic … More Cracked: Heart Healing
I thought today I’d post various images of a photo I took of the crypt at the ruins of Bellapais Abbey, in the mountains just outside of the historic port of Kyrenia. I played around with the original photo with the following on-line photo editing programmes: * iPiccy.Com * PicMonkey.com * piZap.com * BeFunky.com * … More
For this piece of digital art I used a photo taken by, Ann, of a lady who lives in the Rockies. She had a series of photos of frozen ice which I found awesome given we don’t get much ice or snow in my neck of the woods here in North Cyprus. Ann’s blog is: … More Reflections
I went for a walk today and was amazed at how many plants and trees are in leaf or flower. We’ve had a pretty mild winter (so far, it’s going down to 15C with rain on Monday) and Spring is obviously on its way. The hawthorn’s May blossom is out, as are the flowers on … More Spring is Sprunging