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The decaying leaves next to the permanence of rock are for me a symbol of transience and permanence. I’ve been touched by the age and presence of stone. Everywhere reminders of the past and the distant past stand firm and … Continue reading
The late afternoon Winter sun has a golden glow about it. I was walking through the forest behind our home and saw this on the ground. Sometimes beauty lies at our feet. I often find that looking down has rewards … Continue reading
I shot this in the garden of a Monastery. The shape and the afternoon light inspired me.
There’s just something about the textures of the natural world that always seems to evoke our sense of touch. For example, I would find it extremely difficult to walk past an old tree without running my fingers across its gnarled … Continue reading
Had a wonderful time with my Camera.
Walking through Dulwich Park this morning, Jane pointed out this first little sign of Autumn’s arrival. This may sound strange, but I’m looking forward to Autumn, and then the Winter. Having lived on the East Coast of South Africa for twenty years I … Continue reading