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Green light..

Here’s a series from this summer. A beech tree in the summer house garden lit by the much longed for sun who finally decided to come out after weeks of rain.

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Thru the leaves..

I have been working on this type of shots for quite some time now, I love to see different branches, leaves, sun and flowers meet.There is something about looking up to the sky thru something..

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art by Jane Gilday

Merida Review: How long have you been painting/writing/making music? (Yeah, we’re focusing on the art here, but it all feeds into each other, doesn’t it?) 742 more words

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Red fascination

I’ve always been interested in flowers but this last spring I really started photographing them daily. There is something with their textures and colours that I’m very intrigued by. 26 more words

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Trick or Treat!

by Jemma.

It’s Halloween! A time for magic, spells and potions! We have many plants in the Materia Medica that were used for mystical purposes. So if you are a witch in need of ingredients for your flying ointment: we have belladonna, which you can mix with hemlock, wolfsbane and other such ingredients to make your broom fly high into the sky. 75 more words

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Falls red stars..

Walking around the park the other day under the rain, I found theese beautiful trees. Puts me in a longing for a cosy christmas kind of mood..

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The Lady of Porthcawl

My writing buddy Craig over at Entertaining Stories and I decided to write a story together. He took one part and I the other, then we switched and made sure the story fit together. 1,158 more words