wtsb – still

I’m well behind with posting my August Break photos here, but you can keep up with them all on instagram. I’m just popping in to tell you that the latest set of photos are up over at Words to Shoot by and there’s some fabulous interpretations, as always. Go take a look.

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DAY ELEVEN – HANDWRITING When we let go of our battles and open our heart to things as they are, then we come to rest in the present moment. This is the beginning and the end of spiritual practice. Only in this moment can we discover that which is timeless. Only here can we find […]

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august break 2014

playing catch up here DAY SEVEN – TODAY IS… …the wizened-old-man-looking face & sweet, soft scent of a milk-drunk, sleeping babe. DAY EIGHT – SELFIE Sometimes I dream that I can breathe underwater without apparatus. It’s why I learned to dive. Selfies in the water are a way that I can feel like that, and […]

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august break 2014

DAY SIX – REFLECTION Foggy mornings on the island make for some great reflections in the water down at the Ostend Boat Club. i have contributed to, and am participating in, susannah’s august break: a month to take a restĀ from words and just share photos – no pressure, no rules, just free daily prompts via […]

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august break 2014

DAY FIVE – THREE I am up early to catch the first ferry off the island with Nic and we share a taxi to the airport. He leaves for wellington and i fly to napier soon after. I am there to visit my girlfriend Carol and go see the six photos I am currently exhibiting […]

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august break 2014

DAY FOUR – ORANGE The recipe by Nigel Slater “A warm pumpkin scone for a winter’s afternoon” does three things: Makes something tasty Uses up the pumpkin in the fridge Means I have some orange colour to play with for today’s prompt. i have contributed to, and am participating in, susannah’s august break: a month […]

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august break 2014

DAY THREE – WINDOW pretty much every window in our house has a tree view; this is what we see when we sit at the dining table. i love that i can’t see the end of the garden because the trees are so thick (& it’s quite a long way)! i have contributed to, and […]

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