Why do we create? Here is an answer... if you believe in God.

A while ago, David Haviland posted Creative Spark on redbubble which I was intrigued by and thought deserved a fuller explanation to the one I had given. I have just adjusted my answer with extra links to external sources.…

“To be honest I do not know why I feel the urge to create, is it a deep seeded instinct…” DH

I wonder how people might go about answering this?


I don’t know where you stand with your belief in the God of the bible, but you might be interested to know that in the story of Creation, mankind is made in God’s image … God had just finished creating not just the world but the universe as well! (It is interesting to note that one of God’s titles is unsurprisingly: Creator !)
So… If mankind is made in God’s image , and God creates … it makes sense that mankind also likes t

Juxtaposed Footwork

Well… it was suggested a long time ago that the ‘feet’ pictures I have accumulated over the years should be placed together into a square format side by side. The result can be found here !

RedBubble Addiction

Is it just me… or does anyone else feel they’re getting addicted to RedBubble?!

ad·dic·tion /əˈdɪkʃən/
Spelled Pronunciation[uh-dik-shuhn]

the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma.

Anyone else worried? :P

Glorious Grampians

I’ve recently added another set of photos (this time they’re not all the same size) which were taken on a day trip from Melbourne to the Grampians.

A beautiful drive across from Melbourne started the day with sun shining bright… until we got to the Grampians and the weather seemed to close in! The rest of the day was spent under grey skies and rain until Mike and I headed down from the top of Mount Absolut.

If you’re thinking of going to the Grampians then go there for a few days to enjoy it fully. Mike and I only saw a little of the middle of the range (but even that was mostly in fog!) and the north end but it was fantastic and wonderfully refreshing.

Photos from Grampians here

"And now for something completely different..."

In stark contrast to photos that look straight down at the ground, I’ve added photos that look to the heavens above!

These cloudscapes (like the ‘feet’) can be enjoyed individually or they can be seen juxtaposed (which provides continuity to the photos).


Introducing... My well travelled feet!

Here is a small selection of a huge series I’ve been putting together since 2004…

As a young boy, I was often told by my mother to look where I was walking so that I wouldn’t trip or fall over…

… so I took my mother’s advice and when I go places I look where I’m walking, I look down at the ground. We often look at sunrises, sunsets, canyons, beaches, mountains, landscapes etc, but each time fail to notice what is below us!

It is a different way of viewing the world! :)

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