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Abused Woman and the Monk

Abused Woman and the Monk

What scene is being shown here - an abused woman, a monk in prayer - or both? This is a very interesting nodal tree in a worldwide energy grid that is focused on balancing out the wide spectrum of ways in which men relate to women, from abstinence to abuse. Male and...

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Beech Burl Spirits

Beech Burl Spirits

Burls are wonderful canvases for nature spirit artists! Currently, human scientists are not able to describe the full range of possibilities of origin and growth of burls, which are an integral part of a tree's being. In nature spirit terms - a lot of these burls are...

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Bully and His Wife

Bully and His Wife

This rock tableau shows a dour gross-consciousness bully and, behind him, his cowering wife protecting herself from his blows. It is one of many different tableaux on a hillside strew of rock I like to visit in Estes Park, CO. This bully tableau is a case where the...

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Contemplating Your Options

Contemplating Your Options

This is a story of - what you focus on is what you experience. These two dark ominous beings, right, overlook a path through a Preserve. I took the liberty to photographically enhance the eery energy I feel when focusing on them. In this tree trunk, they are...

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Crazy Old Crone

Crazy Old Crone

Here's a "crazy old crone" - kinda cranky looking - facing us directly - with her crazy familiar above her head. Familiars are the animus or energy supporting a being. So this being is old and cranky on the outside and crazy happy on the inside.  

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Death is a Happy Part of Life

Death is a Happy Part of Life

This stone called on me to trek through the woods to photograph him. He lives beside a gently flowing small stream. It wasn't until I got home and started processing my photos that I realized the philosophical profundity I had captured. The stone seems like a serene,...

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Images in an American Elm

Images in an American Elm

Few of us remember the time when giant American Elm Trees lined the streets of our country villages and cities. This giant elm stands at the entrance to Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, PA.  The nature realm, the tree spirit himself and the human gardeners are all...

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