Fall has always…

“…been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” ― Lauren DeStefano, Wither Cherishing the last of the autumn colours before winter sets in… Advertisements

Spider web…

“The greatest artist and web-designer ever is indeed a spider!” ― Munia Khan Image found here.

A quiet place to…

“…Go deep into sacred wells of knowledge and experience the kind of truth that has the power to hurt and heal at the same time. Seek the new vision that is hidden there, Silently awaiting the anticipated visit of the hesitant explorer. It is a place that speaks softly to you. It is a place…

Peace and quiet…

…virtually in the middle of Melbourne at Museum Victoria’s Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre along the Milarri Garden trail. It kept some very excited students calm…for a little while at least. 🙂

Trees…

“What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another.” – Gandhi

Water…

“Water is the driving force in nature.” ― Leonardo da Vinci Photographs taken by me of home country after recent heavy rains.

The song sparrow…

His song is tuned for his to-day, With hope and promise for the morrow; More lofty notes are upward sent, But none more simple and content, None cheerfuller in work and play Than that of the song-sparrow. Philip Henry Savage Photography by PROUSFWS Mountain-Prairie – Some rights reserved Complete poem can be found here.

Lily…

Il flotte dans l’air Comme des rêves qui voyagent Muguet encore vert Video and haiku by Michaël Foussard

Bluebells of Scotland…

Spring in the woodlands of The Trossachs, Scotland. I found this fallen tree lit by the last light of the sun amid a profusion of bluebells and liked the juxtaposition of new growth and old decay. Photographer – John McSporran Image found here. Some rights reserved