Greetings. I hope you all found time to enjoy your solstice. I have been through a painful health issue in the last few days. Fear not though, because I remain unconcerned. The above pics are the second in our new London collection. I sincerely hope you like them.
There are features in these pics familiar to folk who have never even been to England.
For myself, I like to visualise this place as having clean air, with clean water, and clean new machines that may require the spark of fire – plus peaceful people; who are at peace with their station on the green earth.
I hope you might share this vision I hold in the ethers for these noisy places which are situated all over the world; and thereby may those particular two towers remain worthy to stand, perhaps, for a few generations more.
Until next time, be steadfast, and abide in peace.
May the Light of Love radiate from the very centre of every atom that lies within every molecule of every cell in your loving body.
Photography ©Amanda Moloney.
This post is dedicated to study of The Fifth Element.
And I will see my dream come alive at last,
I will touch the sky. *
Namaste to our friends and readers. I do hope you are all keeping well. I know how difficult a thing that can sometimes be to achieve. Yet nevertheless, I do hope you are all keeping well.
I hope too that you like the artwork above, it’s gone down quite well with my close friends, and I wanted to share it with our readers. I’ll let the picture speak for itself.
With that, and certain hope for the world in transformation, I wish you peace.
Until next time.
“Finally, may we indeed, keep in our hearts, that our humble blogs are the spirits that keep the World Wide Web humane. Let us use this gift to flourish as people! Let us cherish one another! And be thankful for one another, because at some point, we touch our respective lives.”
* From “Faith of the Heart” by Diane Warren.
Artwork ©Francis Moloney.
Hello readers. We’re back with a quick post, and a lovely pic of a serene sunset. It was taken in Liverpool by one of Amanda’s sisters, and I think it’s beautiful.
The last time I visited Liverpool was over twenty years ago. I was on business. I arrived very early, and went in search of breakfast. The only place I could find open was one of Ronald’s notorious eateries. Having never used one before, I was curious. In I went, and ordered a meat free meal; payed for it, looked at it, and left it. I went instead to the news agents next door, where I bought a Mars Bar. One of life’s little lessons, I suppose.
We will have more from Liverpool soon. In the meantime, may you be at peace with yourself, with your friends, and with your neighbours.
Farewell from Amras.
May my thoughts be ever pure,
from true love my actions spring,
may my ways be strong and sure,
and my heart life’s praises sing.
Photography ©Jayne Perry.
Greetings, I hope you are keeping well. The artwork above was inspired by a photograph taken over a decade ago. What I have done is process it to resemble an oil painting, using software that employs a remote pad and stylus to imitate canvas and brushes. It makes for a very pleasing effect I think.
The night the pic was taken, I was visiting a local lake, supported by Luke, a strapping teenager at the time. When we got there, there was mud underfoot, the surrounding trees stood black against the sky, and glowing faintly, just above the lake, hung a tiny will-o’-the-wisp.
The quote below the title is from one of my martial arts teachers, and feels right for this post.
I want to thank all you kind readers who support this blog, with your uplifting comments, your likes, and your own highly inspiring blogs; so well worth every visit. Simply, thank you.
I hope to return soon. Until then, may the rain fall gently on your fields.
Peace from Amras.
“Finally, may we indeed, keep in our hearts, that our humble blogs are the spirits that keep the World Wide Web humane. Let us use this gift to flourish as people! Let us cherish one another! And be thankful for one another, because at some point, we touch our respective lives.” ~ Aina Balagtas https://poemsmelodiesandme.wordpress.com
Photo Art © Francis Moloney.
Warmest greetings. It’s been a while since we visited Glastonbury, and we felt it was time to make the pilgrimage once again. Because I am unable to travel, Amanda’s sister took my place. It was her first time in Avalon, and I think it fair to say it took her breath away. These pics, which take you from street level, to the view from St Michael’s Tower, were taken only days ago; while the featured pic was taken back in 2005. Please enjoy.
Lets stroll through fields and forests fair,
To touch the Earth, to breathe the air,
And take the pics we wish to share,
With all who love, and all who care.
Photography ©Amanda Moloney.