I was in the traditional Turkish-Cypriot village of Ozankoy on Monday and came across a pair of large, ornate doors on one of the narrow, winding streets of this charming village. So I took a photo as I knew I could work with it in creating art, and voila! the above image. I have referred … More Doors to Grace
I have been taking part in a black and white photo challenge on Facebook and for most of the images I’ve used photos I’ve taken of the huge construction site right beside our apartment. The Merit Hotel group is building a huge hotel, along with the three other hotels it has close by, and another … More If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em!
This image is based on a special site we found in Pingelly, on the wheatbelt of Western Australia. There were huge granite rocks that had images of frogs in them, they were quite clear. It was an incredibly peaceful place and we later found out that Frog was the totem of the Aboriginal tribe of … More Frog Dreaming
I created this from a photo my friend took in the Giraween National Park in the far north of New South Wales. In the original photo, there is a rock with the clear shape of a mouth and from this I had the image of rocks whispering their magic and ancient knowledge to us over … More Rock Whispers
We stopped in the entrance to our communal car park yesterday in the late afternoon and I just noticed the juxtaposition of dried grasses against the grey of the Besparmak Mountains shrouded in cloud. I got my husband to wait (not a happy camper) until I got a photo but then decided that black and … More A Foray into Black and White Photography
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.
My husband and I went out to dinner a couple of days ago at The Cabin, a restaurant close to us which is right by the Mediterranean sea. I saw a fishing boat out at sea and it looked almost mirage-like as the sea was very calm but with a slight haze due to a … More The Seas of Dreamtime