About

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I am a student, the natural world is my classroom, the plants and  animals my teachers.  All that I thought I knew about me has changed, I am no longer sure of anything except that I have  to remove the blindfold of ignorance that hinders my journey.

Now that I’ve begun to photograph my world, I’m seeing more than ever before, and gaining a little more understanding of it – and a great deal more wonder!

If you want to see more of my images and perhaps purchase any, they can be found at my RedBubble site.

Just a friendly reminder, that all images are mine, and are not for public use without my consent. Do not steal them.

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39 thoughts on “About

  1. Magnificient writing, peaceful and thoughtful.

    Nice if you would think about joining Redbubble lots of writng opportunities.

    Angel [angelmel ]and Kirrily are there also.
    Gini.

    N/C

  2. It isn’t often a blog site stops me in my tracks with a desire to plough through the whole archive and absorb the wonderful insights to be found there. Here is one such site I hope to return to again and again. There is so much here I can learn about and take inspiration from for my journey. Thank you for suddenly appearing when I needed it.

    Blessings to you.

  3. Matthew, I feel humbled by your words. Having read your blog, I can only say you have brought this into your life by your own means.

    We appear to have similar views, and I look forward to some exchanges with you.

  4. Love the blog. Now University of Southern California student soon to be Melbourne resident. Very concerned about the green world around us and it’s well being. Let’s keep in touch.

    Sincerely,
    Ian Coe
    coevworld.wordpress.com

  5. Eremophila – your photo’s are just beautiful. Such incite into the so many things that we often don’t even really stop and take the time to see. Thank you.

    Also I love your pseudonym. Eremophilas have the lovely little flowers.

  6. I love your presentation and your views of life, which are very similar to mine. Beauty is all around us, we just have to open our eyes to see it- thank you for spreading beauty thru your images and words.

  7. I have just happened upon your blog by chance, and I am so delighted with what I’ve discovered here. I’m eagerly subscribing and will look forward to future posts. All my best! Melanie (aka Lemony)

  8. Hi there,

    Just wanted to send you a thank you for stopping by my blog and reading/reblogging “NIghttime”. I’m honored you enjoyed it enough to pass on to your followers.

    Blessings,
    Cara

    • You are more than welcome Cara, what you expressed struck home with me, and I felt it may with many others and needed more sharing 🙂 WordPress has made sharing so much easier now, and I like to take advantage of it – shows appreciation too doesn’t it!

  9. I just wanted to say again, thank you for all of your kind words about “Five Reasons To Dance With Nature”. I was so complimented and surprised when I saw that you had reblogged the post!

    • You really are most kind Eddie, I thank you very much. One of the things I’ve found I needed to do, was to empty my mind of what I’d been taught elsewhere, so that I could grasp these new lessons fully. It’s an on-going process…..

  10. Thanks for stopping by at Colltales. Wonderful pics and thoughts on your blog too. I’ll definitely be back. Perhaps one day I’ll even ask your permission to use one of them for my posts. All the best.

  11. Your photographs are spectacular and I’m enjoying your blog immensely! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and your art (and struggling with slow and unpredictable internet service to do so:0))!

    • Hi Bryan, sorry for the late response, but I’ve been a bit under the weather lately. Many thanks for the nomination, although I’m not sure I’ll be able to accept it, due to circumstances here. Love your writing always.

    • Thank you Francis, always glad to touch base with you 🙂 and am believing your quest will be successful! Life in a van on the road with my cats and dog suits me, especially now I’m back in my beloved Flinders Ranges.

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