~"There were dragons when I was a boy..." (How To Train Your Dragon, Cressida Cowell) I feel like I have been bathing in the Dragon Energy for quiet some time now. The Chinese horoscope animal is the Pig this year, but not in my house. This year we came full circle with dragons... Dragons have been a … Continue reading Do you believe in Dragons?
I've been enjoying exploring new territories recently. It could be because Spring is only five days away, or perhaps it's because change has been in the air here recently. I'm enjoying playing more, experimenting with lights and shadows, colours and textures.... Moving away from reality, exploring atmospherical effects and the moodiness of the evening lights... … Continue reading Evening Spectres
Here are a few postcards for you: from me, from here, from now... Childhood in the woods... Looking for sticks and dragons... or even better : a big stick turned into a dragon... in the woods! My favourite dragon in the woods by far I love the different shades of lichen... Another beautiful sunset, my … Continue reading Childhood in the woods
Sometimes beauty can be found in very unlikely places... Like a contaminated junk yard in South East London... I am fascinated by how Nature reclaims spaces : A flower growing through the cracks of the pavement, vines taking over old buildings. I once saw two tall sycamore trees growing right outside the windows of an … Continue reading Ten
Sunday afternoon. A walk around the 'running around fields'. Some time. Some family time. Walking, quietly. 'The colours blend and roll as one' ~ with some dramatic changes of light. 'The oak and weed together rise, Along the common ground.' ~"As gentle tides go rolling by, Along the salt sea strand The colours blend and roll as … Continue reading The colours blend, and roll as one…
~Trying to capture, These fleeting moments: Grains of sand, running through my fingers... Above and below : February 2018... Over the last couple of days:
January, February... Sleep. In all its glory.
I knitted a new doll last week and I went on an explorative journey. I could write about every step of the process, but I feel like that would probably be boring. I found it very therapeutic, in a self-reflective way. Maybe you will find it more interesting if I write a bit more about … Continue reading Oya The Little Girl Who Turned Out To Be An African Goddess
I think a lot of people obsess with the weather when they are conversing. I have noticed that writers seem to be obsessed with time. Here we are, at the end of May. Boy turned 10 earlier on this month. I still dont understand where that time went... I really don't understand where that … Continue reading The Wheel of Time…
Today we went to the 12th edition of Robots Live! in Burgess Hill. Boy has been such a fan of the TV show Robot Wars, building his own cardboard versions of the heavy weight robots he has spent so long watching as they annihilate one another... Last year we went to two live events, and … Continue reading Robots Live!