Depicting a state of impermanence.
I couldn’t resist re-visiting my photos of the Mirroir d’Eau
in Bordeaux for this week’s Photo Challenge: Transient,
where every few minutes the scene changes as the 2 cms of water that create the largest reflecting pool in the world drain away to expose its granite floor…
…before returning again to the delight of adults and children alike.
You can see more of this magical World Heritage Site in my post of December 2015
A colourful start to the week with photos, paintings and palettes out of focus in the studio
illustrating “the sensations of the moment” can so often be simply the joy of colour.
Happy Father’s Day to the proud new daddy of the family and to all proud daddies everywhere.
Photinia leaves and sky reflected in the water on our path with its pachysandra border.
Dedicated to the people of North Kensington grieving for the tragic loss and suffering of their families and friends.
Berlin Wall matted and framed
Order, with a “healthy dose of messiness” as requested.
A year ago on June 5th I posted about a day like no other after walking in support of those suffering from Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Walking again today in the annual fundraising Gutsy Walk was also a day like no other but for a very different reason and with the disease symbol itself seeming to take on a very different meaning.
As I walked around Trout Lake in the sunshine here in Vancouver this morning with all those suffering from these crippling diseases together with their loved ones and supporters my thoughts were not only with them but also a few thousand miles away in Bermondsey, London where I lived, studied, worked and taught fifty years ago. How many times have I walked across London Bridge and how well I remember its re-opening in March 1973, which I blogged about last year.
And now another night of terror, pain and despair for too many has visited on that same bridge and on those same streets that I knew so well. There are really no more words other than to express my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to families and friends who have lost loved ones, especially the family of Christine Archibald from here in British Columbia, Canada; and to wish all those recovering in those great London hospitals, a full recovery.
Oh how I wish I didn’t have to post this image again so soon after the attack in Manchester.
Dedicated to the memory of Jodi.
Monbazillac matted and framed
One of the twelve snippets of palettes and paintings I featured in brought to you by the color green
, a color that needs to be celebrated and championed this week more than ever.