Frost changed to real snow. For two full days. The moon and the snow made everything so bright it lifted the night into a mystical light. During the day, the sun was shining from a cool blue sky, reflecting the light in glittering snow and the thawing ice on branches
Gratitude (III) For What Was For What Is For What Lies Ahead For Finding a Way When There Seemingly is None ~
Gratitude For Whispers from Trees and Limestone Rocks For Wide Horizons and Unexplored Paths For Perseverance and Fluidity For Winter’s Womb and Summer’s Light ~
Gratitude For the Sun and the Clouds For the Grey and the Green For Silences and Sounds For Spaces and Spaces in Between ~
A closer look… (see previous blogpost)
At Galway Arts Centre. Eco Friendly small images/cards printed on 100% recycled paper, envelopes 100% recycle paper and the packaging is 100% biodegradable. Framed pictures and mounted prints on fine art hahnemuhle paper 100% cotton, limited editions. Printed by Exhibit A.
I’ve been encouraged by Luka Bloom to join in with singers, poets and artists alike to create in their own unique expression a piece of art in solidarity for the homeless and in support of the campaign being initiated by the newly created National Homeless and Housing Coalition
In a new place With a new a scenery. Maybe, Just maybe Embarking on something That could be a new life. I’m not so sure. Was I ever? ~ (first shot with a new little Leica friend)
Sometimes all it takes is a song (and a camera)… and deep friendships. “Ah, the travels of songs. I love how some songs seem to grow mystical wings and find themselves landing in exotic places……….like Denmark. Fertile Rock comes from 1992, during a time when people gathered to protect a
As the daylight of the first day of 2018 slowly fades, a full moon rises and with it, dreams of the next Beginning travels gently on subtle moonbeams deep into the night. Happy New Year!
I hiked to the top, on my way back down I turned around and this sight met my eyes… December moon rising over Black Head, The Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland.