I loved this tree, no longer with us. A Jarrah tree over 4 meter diameter at the base; hundreds of years old. A special place, now this image, a reflection of the past. Red tail black Cockatoos recently feeding in. Lost in a standard burn off. My heart has been wrenched and I beat myself up for assuming it would not happen. Transformation.


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My mind is conceptualizing most of the time. My body feels and speaks the truth. Everything is something, every word is a rhythm. Every moment is a slab of rock with a figure underneath. I hope to convey to any who embrace. I share one video piece here :………. and some sound….. – Joe Savage

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  • Redviolin
    Redviolinabout 3 years ago

    Im sorry for your loss…you have helped it live on

  • There are not many places left around here with magic and mystique.

    – savaggio

  • VampireLily
    VampireLilyalmost 3 years ago

    This is like a doorway into another place~ but you know, sometimes these doorways shut and leave us with the profound wonderment of what might have been. I’m glad you were able to capture this one before it closed forever~

  • ‘Thank you VL…..Threads between the ’present’ and the ‘if’….. can be a dance. The history in the area of this tree is ancient ’men’s buisness’ some of the trees have markings to indicate this. I’m glad I can capture some of the elements of a 40,000 year (plus) presence. J

    – savaggio

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