Near the Old Man of Storr, Scotland I took this in 2004

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Deciding to decide

Today's topic is about decisions and passion. How is it that so few are actually living our passions, let alone actually know someone who is living their passions and thriving at it?

I need to make some decisions that lead me to my passions, not as side lines but as the main event, ok that sounds cheesy but you get the idea ( I'm working against the clock here at a library)

How do those few people do it? How did they decide to make the decisions to follow their heart and passion/s wholeheartedly?

I am constantly in awe of these type of people. I watched a show last night about people who work at a circus called Circus Oz, a circus run by left-wing people who work with the same type of people, all of whom are there because it fulfills them soulfully. They are all interested in doing anarchy, in creating art, and going against the standard in so many ways such as refusing to have animals in their brand of circus. And all of them seemed to be so content, not complacent but alive( I just wrote alove, funny little typo huh?)

I'm looking for that push from the universe, I guess to say that if I follow my passion it will support me.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Where I am staying is a dog, who is never allowed inside, ever. It's pouring and windy and she's standing at the door begging and whining to come in and is not being allowed in..and I feel the full on bullshit of the whole situation!
We spoil our children to the point of them not even needing to learn their manners, and make a dog beg for its food and shelter.
Come fucking on!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

In the Dreamtime?

A shot from Arthur's Seat! 2009, here, in Victoria Australia., by me.
Here I am in this incredible land openly denies it's first nations citizens human rights!!

Please check this site out and sign!!! I've signed it, the more voices the more we can combat the colonialists.

And read this article, it's about the full on racism that is the Australian government, ie: ultra conservative colonialism bullshilt!!!

Thursday, June 4, 2009

A koala having a walkabout at Healsville Sanctuary, Oz.

Monday, June 1, 2009

My meditattions

As an artist, I see the world in vivid colour, both literally; I love working with and in colour-s, and figuratively. I do photography, painting, collage, and I write.

Below are my renditions of beauty, perfection, calm and the amazingness of this earth.

A sunset from the original land of Big Sky, Victoria, Australia

250-300 year old Moonah trees, a species of Eucalypt

here in Oz!

These 2 are from Woolamai Beach, as uncalm as the waves are, this place is so calming and a little haunting in it's beauty.
Waves crash around you, and the large bones of cuttle fish litter the shore.