Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
The photo of the head of the Egyptian woman Pharaoh Hatshepsut (taken on the left bank of the Nile in February) and a touch of typogenerator melted into a collage.
Oh, this is VERY mature - and peacuful, wise.
Nice, if you got that impression, Elegia, that was my intention.
Absolutely stunning, Susu! You always amaze me when you take something a step further than I ever seem to think of! :)
Thank you, Griesmail.I must say, Mick that your work inspires me very much and makes me find new ways to express myself. In fact, I think I must post about it some day.
Fantastic image, Susupetal! How wonderful to have visited Egypt and to have your own photos to work with.I read your earlier post about how words are natural for you, but visual art is hard. I am the opposite. Glad you are having such enjoyment with your new art explorations!Thanks for visiting and commenting at my place!
Hi, Marja-Leena. Yes, words come natural and sometimes nowadays I feel the same flow while working with pictures.Not always, though...but, no matter, creating something is for the most of time very satisfying.Thanks for your comment.
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