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“You must get in touch with your creativity” is a statement that doesn’t sit easily with me. The older I get the more I realize it’s the other way around; creativity ardently seeks to get in touch with us. It … Continue reading
This Orchid blooms every year on our front verandah. When it does we place it in our lounge where it gives us great joy. With the bottom image (the same image) I played with the Black/White colour focus and quite … Continue reading
I was captivated by the colours of this little scene inside the lounge of a small hotel in England. I felt compelled to photograph it.
Apparently Frangipanis have worked their way in to the annals of mythology because, apart from their ability to withstand extreme temperatures without burning, they are also able to continue to produce leaves and flowers even after being lifted out of … Continue reading