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Weekly Photo Challenge – Mother Earth

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I love to travel and only wish, like most of us, that I had the financial resources and freedom to travel more.  We live on a beautiful planet and even though I have not seen her many wonders with my own eyes, I have seen photos and enjoyed reading about the natural beauty this Earth

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Future

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When I was thinking about the future for this week’s challenge, for some odd reason I thought of the saying ‘when my ship comes in’. If your ship has come in, it means something very good has happened to you. I believe it’s origin is based on an old sea merchant term, when you used to pay

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Harmony

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When I think of harmony, outside of a beautiful melody, I think of peace. If you can learn to maintain a true sense of peace within, no matter what is going on around you, I believe that a harmonious life would be your reward. There are many symbols which have been used to represent peace

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Time

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When I saw this week’s challenge I instantly thought that the only time that really matters is the present moment. Which in turn brought to mind an image I created last year about being one with the universe. Connecting with the Universe doesn’t require some special tool, knowledge or spiritual practice, it is experienced simply by being

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Vanayssa Somers – Successful Author at Age 72

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After the success of Pagan Flames, published by Summer Solstice Publishing, Vanayssa Somers has just released her follow-up novel, The Boy Scout, destined to be a best-seller.  The Boy Scout, comes from her heart and soul and is all about the horror of human trafficking. Children being sold for sex or as slaves is shocking enough when

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New Oracle Cards

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I created this Oracle Card Deck over a year ago, originally as a 54-card deck, but I decided to add an additional 16 cards which I felt would enhance your readings and I also made the images bigger. I have been using this updated deck myself for readings for a couple of months now and

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Afternoon Skate

Skating has been a pastime for over 3,000 years, according to the University of Oxford. Originally, skates were sharpened, flattened bone strapped to the bottom of the foot, used to glide on top of the ice. True skating came about when a steel blade with sharpened edges was used and the skates cut into the

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Angelic Embrace – Feather Symbolism

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The feather has been considered spiritually symbolic for centuries. During the Iron Age the Druids wore feathered cloaks as they believed it helped them transcend from the earthly plane. Indian Chiefs wore feathers to symbolize their communication with spirit, plus used them to adorn their dance sticks (also known as a prayer, spirit or medicine

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Beneath Your Feet

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Going about our everyday lives we usually pay attention to what we see around us, we don’t have a lot of choice in the matter if we want to navigate this world safely. It’s something we do without thinking. There are times though when we deliberately focus on things, either because we need to or

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Symbol

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I love bringing history back to life, I like to think that it infuses the amazing artistic talents of long ago with the modern creative aspirations of today. Keeping memories of eras and people of yesteryear alive and kicking in some way or another. I understand the appreciation of art is very personal and subjective

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Door

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An image I created a few months ago instantly sprang to mind for this week’s challenge.  It was inspired by a cellist, Vedran Smailović, who in the midst of endless & deadly sniper fire during the 1990’s Siege of Sarajevo, maintained the morale of an entire city. Vedran Smailović played for 22 days, at the

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Vivid

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In March of this year I decided to create something just a little different with a photo I had taken of the Tower Bridge in London. In a nutshell, I decided to make it more vivid, simply to create an alternative and unusual look. I felt like I was creating its aura. It took eight

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