Moon Light

I worship the sun, but I yearn for the moon – on full beam yet tranquilising our daytime hullaballoos. Gliding with grace, an ethereal sister, she illuminates the quiet – casting daily spells upon our wrestless hive. “Why do you resist?” She wonders, arching around – silently tracing her ancient trail, to the world turned … More Moon Light

Leaning into the wind

I scowled impatiently as Andy Goldsworthy slowly, painfully moved through the brittle tree tops. His determination was impressive, his connection to nature intriguing and the crackling of bark satisfying — but I still hadn’t clicked. Where was the art in this pondering exploration of woodland compositions? It might seem like an odd film choice for … More Leaning into the wind

Reversible

The sun filters through the rainbow umbrella – sifting the stifling heat with a full spectrum of colour. The flat-water laps lazily at our boat as we wait. The air is still. Eyes are fixed on the horizon. Beyond the corridor of bleached reeds and mangroves are dry looking trees. Far away, just beyond our … More Reversible