Finding inspiration in an unlikely place

Stop and breathe. Be healthy. Be around your friends and family. Be there for someone, and let someone be there for you. Be bold. Just be for a minute.” [Richard Branson]

If we were having coffee… (3)

My weekly "catch up with an old friend over a cup of coffee"

A line is a dot that went for a walk

A line is a dot that went for a walk (Paul Klee) - lines in photography

September – four special quotes

My favourite quotes from September 2017.

Venturing into “Share your world”

I came across Cee's "Share Your World" challenge this week - I cannot believe I haven't found it before. So I shall give it a go.

Wondering how, why and at…

(noun) a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable (verb) feel admiration and amazement; marvel In the past, I have written about wonder in connection with saving our planet - a big ask, I know! But how can we inspire our generation of technological children to appreciate the wonder of … Continue reading Wondering how, why and at…

August – quotes with a theme

August 2017 round up of favourite quotes

July’s favourite quotes

At the beginning of June, I started a new weekly feature on my Facebook Page – every Sunday evening I posted a quote that inspired me in the past week, along with a story and one of my photographs. 4th June “A life based on a vision of possibilities” [Dewitt Jones] I wish I’d thought […]

Curiosity and satisfaction

Linus Pauling brings the idea of satisfaction and curiosity together beautifully in this quote:  "Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life." 

Winds of change

The weekly photo challenge this week asks us to share a photograph that signifies transitions and change... and to explore the ways in which a single photograph can express time, while only showing us a small portion of any given moment. For me the windmills, or rather wind pumps, of the Karoo endure across the years, they … Continue reading Winds of change