3 Card Spread

  • Six of SummerSix of Summer
    Empty cidada skins, Girraween National Park. Cicada eggs are laid in slits in tree bark. After many weeks they hatch into nymphs, which then fall to the ground, and burrow through the leaf litter into the ground, where they remain, at depths of between 10 and 40 centimetres, for many years, feeding on sap sucked from tree roots. When the nymph finally reaches adult size, it claws it’s way back to the surface, and climbs the tree, where it sheds it’s skin for the last time. During a life time of two to four weeks they mate, lay eggs, and begin the cycle all over again. A journey that must be made. Be it travel, or a life journey –…
  • Eight of SummerEight of Summer
    Jasmine vines, in my garden. All tied up in knots. No matter how much you try, there’s no way out of this. If you struggle, you’ll be tangled all the tighter. Some times there just isn’t an easy way out, or even simply a way out! This is a no win situation, which ever way you look at it.…
  • Ace of SpringAce of Spring
    Bowl, or sculpture? Either way, when I saw it, I wanted it. I wanted it for my Ace of Spring. It was my anniversary gift last year. Thanks to my husband. Your cup runneth over. Bubbles rise up, to the surface, where they burst, like a heart full of love. Do you feel it? It’s good, isn’t it?…