Sometimes things align in such a way as to present something unique and utterly wonderful.
In this case, I honour a significant chance encounter and the subsequent silvery threads, glistening with synchronicities, that bond us. Strong new connections actively weave their way into the complex universal tapestry, as other threads fade and fall away. A time of growth and expansion, but also listening, sensitivity and awareness. Courage and truth. As internal dimensions merge with the external world, so too, I enter the playground of being…
At dawn, I find myself on a 6 hour walk through Jarrahdale National Park with 3 women healers. The energy is electric, welcoming, supportive, connected, gentle and strong. There is magic in the air as mercurial leaves shake to acknowledge our presence, falling still as we enter. Here lie the markings of time and creation; the perfection and magic that is synchronicity. Nature and natural law.
Kitty’s Gorge Trail in Jarrahdale National Park, Western Australia
-In complicated times of war and primal fears, it is essential to speak about the magic in our lives. The world of the arts has to lead the way in the direction of the light.-
I’m excited to be kicking off 2017 as one of 6 international photographers commissioned to explore the idea of Synchronicity. We come from South America, Germany, Greece, France and Australia and will be in dialogue together over a 6 month period.
Personally I am undergoing a sort of awakening, so my first offering is about opening eyes; the third eye, the eyes of the heart, the eyes of the body, presence…
Sunset playground. An old, disused golf course on the outskirts of town.
Surprise roller derby inside the Palace Theatre.
Earth scar. The Super Pit.
Balancing Act. Niagara Dam.
Walkabout. Karlkurla Bushland Park.
Grandpappy popped over from New Zealand recently, so we trundled down to Margaret River into Heart-leaf Flame Pea country, south-western Australia. Home of ancient Karri forests, limestone caverns and an impressive granite coastline. Grandpappy even wore shoes instead of jandals for the occasion.
A little day trip to the Pinnacles, Western Australia.