This is one of those times that I delved into my archives for this week’s theme – earth. A sunset, my favourite time of the day, epitomises the theme, a time when the heightened energy of the day is ebbing to make way for a slower pace. At least that’s what is supposed to happen 😉
According to Cheri, Earth Day is near, so this week we’re celebrating this planet on which we live. I will be posting more photos during the course of the next week with my interpretation of Earth.
The trees bare, branches denuded of leaves, soon to be covered with lush greenery as winter turns into spring, creating an opaque cover overhead that provides welcome respite from the sun underneath it.
A stroll next to the Tagus River in Lisbon is very interesting. I never know what I’ll come across. This time it was river art – an industrious artist, using river rocks to create sculptures with a theme.
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Look carefully, the scene below is of The Last Supper.
And here is the artist himself…
A pretty lady.
This is an interesting picture because it has so much in it. Firstly I’ve tried to include the whole exhibit. And secondly…can you see the green frog on the right of the photo? Surprise…..!
A red velvet lined rock repository for his funding…
Each collection of colour representing an inspiration.
A message of welcome to the Pope who will be visiting Fátima soon.
I don’t know who the artist is. While tourists marvelled at his rock art he carried on, never looking up, piling rock upon rock, creating new works.