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Five Elements Theory in Chinese Philosophy

Element of Metal– metal sculpture of a loving embrace with nature at Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton, Alberta. “The way that light hits objects…is one of the more important things that sculpture and photography share.” (Rashid Johnson) Element of Fiery Sky … Continue reading

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Shades of Warmth

Photo taken on beach in Kauai, Hawaii. Footsteps back in time Memories of total warmth No thoughts of winter   Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Warm

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Pic and a Word Challenge #114: Isolation

  Revelation gels Solidifying belief Oneness in nature Interconnection unfolds Isolation vanishes   Patrick’s Challenge  

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Travel Theme: Frozen

“The magical way the wintertime warms you up is through its frozen beauties!” (Mehmet Murat ildan) Frozen landscape of Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.   Frozen Athabasca Falls, Alberta.   Inner, frozen caverns of Athabasca Falls.   Spring buds frozen by … Continue reading

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Pic and a Word Challenge #113: Smoke

  Day of misty bliss Smoky peaks luring me in Freeing mind to see Revelation of old ones Planting seeds, watching, waiting   Patrick’s Challenge  

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Travel Theme: Branches

Botanical gardens in Edmonton, Alberta.   Glorious branches in Kauai, Hawaii.   Reflection of branches in a pond in Sudbury, Ontario.   A lonely, red maple tree on the edge of Lake Huron.     Ailsa’s Challenge  

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Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

  A peek at the darker side of prosperous Ottawa. These two photos were taken almost consecutively. A person on the phone obstructed my view and it appears as if the camera’s eye is peeking around his form.  Then, I … Continue reading

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