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Nessie And The Moon Shadows

August 27, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
A lthough the trees grew close together and the underbrush was thick with shadow, the full moon still cast myriad circles of light on the forest floor where its silvery rays broke through the canopy above. The dappled patterns seemed to dance as they brightened and swirled with the movement of the breeze through the foliage. As the woman ran on thr...
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The Happening In The Highlands

February 08, 2021  •  5 Comments
W hen my husband Philip and I travelled to Scotland in the summer of 2019, it was important to both of us to visit places in which our respective ancestors made their presence known to history. Not least of these places was Struy, an area in the Scottish Highlands not too far from Loch Ness, where Clan Chisholm stakes their claim of the ancient lan...
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A Storm of Butterflies

January 05, 2021  •  1 Comment
D appled sunlight played across her vision before she even opened her eyes, and she lay there a moment trying to remember how she came to be on the beach. She could smell the calm waters and feel the sand beneath her, hear the wind in the poplars above and the distant cry of waterbirds, and she tasted strong wine as if she had only just sipped it s...
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On Being Environmentally Responsible

November 14, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
I love nature and the environment and our precious landscapes and wildlife play an integral role not only in my life's work but of course in all of our lives as well. I try to do my part, as we all do, to better the earth. I pride myself in the content and products I produce, and that's why when someone gets a print from me, it's made only with th...
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The Sting of Leaving Skye

September 24, 2019  •  3 Comments
W hile on the Isle of Skye, we stayed in a few delightful hideaways around that otherworldly land, and were directed to a few hidden gems by helpful locals along the way. One place with magical promise was marked on a map for us in a hurried conversation, but we couldn't remember what exactly we were headed out to discover one fine sunny morning as...
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One Moment In Time At Callanish

August 11, 2019  •  1 Comment
H ere is one of the many reasons that Scotland has been calling to me my entire life, in my dreams and waking hours. These are the Callanish Standing Stones, which were placed by Neolithic humans sometime around 2900 BCE. These are among the oldest archaeological structures on Earth! The image below has nothing to do with luck. The entire time we...
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On Not Revealing Locations

August 09, 2019  •  1 Comment
I 'm going to take a moment* to explain my rule and stance about revealing locations that I photograph. This rule has been in place since I established my Facebook page and other social media pages, and is written in black and white in my "about" section. I do not discuss locations or techniques. Period. When I write a caption for a social media p...
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Kate & The Castle

April 02, 2019  •  1 Comment
T he night air is chill when Kate steps out into the moonlight from the large oak door to the South wing of the castle. She tugs the edges of her scarf more tightly around her, briefly wishing she had the freedom to fly as her eyes land upon the winged pattern splayed across the gauzy material. Tonight she must settle for being quick on her feet. T...
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The Stars of the Zodiac VIII - Libra

December 11, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I had the concept for Libra in my mind before I ever conceived of the zodiac project. You see, I'm a bit of a history buff; I actually went to university for Archaeology and Anthropology! One particular era of interest to me is Ancient Egypt, the Pharaohs, and their pantheon of many deities. Anubis, the jackal-headed god of the afterlife, is my per...
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The Stars of The Zodiac VII - Taurus

November 27, 2018  •  1 Comment
T aurus! I wanted to go super feminine with this one, particularly to contrast the conventional associations with the iconic Taurus symbol, the bull. The concept didn't immediately come clear to me until I did a bit more research into the sign, and an idea bloomed. The flowers favoured by Taurus are apparently roses and foxglove, and the sign is ru...
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