Wheat – Will Ye No Come Back Again

| June 17, 2017

A Powerful Allegory This all started with a reminder of wheat blowing across the fields to the beat of the wind, anchored to this good earth. This earth, this place that keeps us despite all that we have attempted to carve from it. A recent post by the Flanders Jocks of a Scottish soldier standing […]

Like Things – Dissimilar Things – Creating Connection

| June 4, 2017

Chance – Observation – Imagery – Voice and even a little Research A recent opportunity allowed me to think a bit more about what I do to create content – to find relationships between like things, dissimilar things and to create or perhaps reconnect connections. I suggested to my audience there were five keys that […]

There are Places that Captivate Us

| May 13, 2017

The Nile Campaign 1884 – 1885 As we walk from Liverpool train station the blue-green figure of an officer on a stone plinth attracts us. Together we walk across the roadway and stand before Major General George Earle CB, CSI. Upon the plaque KIRBEKAN stands out from the text and my mind, for I have […]

The Echoes of History

| May 7, 2017

Echo 1 Finding Tales within the Mortar The days turn warm and the flowers come out sharing their colours for all of us who walk by, as steadfast pollinators dance between petals. Their steady hum another song to this ear. I watch as a robin on duty, fleet of foot, tilts its head towards the […]

Nature’s Hymn – Birdsong

| April 15, 2017

Dawn of a New Day With each new day there is a chorus of birds chirping and flitting about from one branch to another announcing the dawn. Content to rejoice as the sun shines upon their places, bringing them warmth, my slightly weary eyes open one at a time. It is dawn, a new beginning. […]