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While walking this morning my eye caught this beautiful example of light and shadow. I was struck particularly by the dappled light on the one tree trunk. I’m haunted by light and shadow.
Oscar Wilde held firmly to the “Artist’s View” of life. Just a word about this view. You don’t have to be an artist to follow it. It’s simply a way of perceiving and seeing the world around you. It doesn’t … Continue reading
Standing in our garden on a Friday evening and looking out across our village, I tried to catch the moment in these brief words: EVENING Evening falls and the village lights pierce the mellowing glow. Pink wispy clouds stretch themselves … Continue reading
I’ve been reading for the third time John O’ Donohue’s book “Divine Beauty – The Invisible Embrace.” It’s just a masterful treatment of the whole concept of beauty. A few moments ago I found this gem: Stillness is the canvass … Continue reading
We were in the bush again on Sunday and came across this little scene. It was calling out to be photographed. I’ve taken shots like these quite often. For me these little scenes of light and dark always accentuate the … Continue reading