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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 – 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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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 – 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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Vintage Valentine

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I love history of all kinds and I enjoy revitalizing really old, public domain, black and white photos. These images are usually very small and low quality but I have fun creating all kinds of art with them. I created this vintage valentine’s card from a 3.5″ x 4.5″ 1921 photo of a Russian ballerina so

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Minimalist

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This weeks Photo Challenge is – a minimalist photo can also effectively tell a story, in spite of its relative simplicity, and it is anything but “plain”. This photo was taken in Instow, a small village in Devon. There were many boats sitting on the sand waiting for the tide to come in, but this

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Endurance

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Dingli Chapel, which also used to be known as St. Mary Magdalene’s Chapel is situated on the Dingli Cliffs of Malta. A wonderful example of European architecture built in 1646.  Still standing and functional after nearly four centuries is endurance indeed. It is still open for Mass annually and as far as I know is

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Award – Virtual Blog Tour

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On August 3, 2014 I was nominated by Woolly Muses, thank you, for the Virtual Blog Tour. I was supposed to post this by the 25th August, so I apologize that it is late and that is not a Monday. These are the rules: Compose a one-time post which is posted on a Monday (date

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Dialogue

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This Week’s Photo challenge: When it comes to art/photography, dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images. Placed next to each other, each photograph/artwork opens up to meanings that weren’t there when viewed alone. Each composition reveals the artists/photographer’s specific sensitivity to certain content or visual elements. When viewed alone the mask

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Containers

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For this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge I thought the good old Mail Box would be a good fit. The above artwork is my poke at email, but imagine if we didn’t have email just how full these containers would be. Or would they? We send billions of emails, many of which would have to be

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Relic

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This week’s Photo Challenge is all about what we consider to be a relic.This artwork was based on a book by Alexander Pope, a translation of Homer. Alexander Pope was an 18th-century English poet, satirist and translator. He was born in 1688 in London England and died in 1744, at the age of 56, in

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Travel Theme – World “Cups”

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Ailsa’s travel theme this week is World “Cups”. I am sad that England didn’t make it into the final 16! Ms. Java is my contribution to ‘cups of the world’ for this week, created just for fun. I can imagine her saying “Good morning handsome, do you want your coffee now?” Related articles My Most

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