Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

Dear Joni, will we ever learn?

Posted: January 20, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Joni Mitchell wrote this song over 50 years ago, will we ever learn to look after our beautiful broken world?

this powerful image was taken by Shannon Dooley at the Climate Change rally at Town Hall on Friday
may this be the tipping point for shifting the dominant paradigm from greed to mending our beautiful broken world

hope from Michael Leunig for 2020 !

Posted: January 1, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Michael Leunig bringing hope for 2020 !

Try to Relax

Posted: November 23, 2019 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time

Try to Relax
card from The Morgan Tarot
a favourite and perfect for this recovery week for Old Man Crow
the kidney stone was blasted to smithereens and the stent removed
now it’s just time to relax and heal
thanks for all the good vibes, they helped heaps!

evening light
scrying with the magical X-roads Cloth by Grace Forrest Maestas of Windthread
Eucalyptus operculums, passionfruit vine tendril, poppy seedpod, grape vine tendril, Ariel whisker & claw sheath, elephant paperclip, African porcupine quills, Ginkgo leaf, stone from the Ganges, shell fragments, winged seed, Imagine Peace pin by Liz Akert, cracked glass pyramid, Fishbones by Johanna Flanagan aka The Pale Rook, heart shaped Banksia leaf, stone from the Kalang River, basket woven with Bangalow palm inflorescence by Margaret Olah
doing the happy dance up at Artsite for Old Man Crow who is looking forward to getting the kidney stone blasted to smithereens and the irritating stent removed tomorrow at RPA!

PS Friday evening, the kidney stone and stent are gone, after a gentle stroll home from the hospital he’s resting before some fortifying red beans and rice for dinner with fresh mangoes and yogurt for dessert
Magic Days
thanks for all the good wishes

On Saturday evening we danced with the spirits of place in Camperdown Park to the sounds of DJ Semper-Fi with the magic of Gabrielle Bates and the local community for Dub Circle -The Dark Procession. Gab’s site activation turned the historic rotunda into a sound beacon that called to the spirits and critters of the park with such wild magic!
that’s me under the facepaint with my dancing partner one of Gab’s totemic ‘Unloved Everythings’
Lulu Cat face painter extraordinaire
Anna Schiff with one of Gab’s totemic ‘Unloved Everythings’
‘Unloved Everythings’ by Gab Bates
our magical ringleader Gab Bates
dancing with the spirits of place
wild things dancing
gathering the energies
DJ Semper-Fi in the rotunda
the magic of music
photos by Jodie Barker Photography
you can see lots more in Gab Bates Dub Circle album
Magic Days!


Posted: November 8, 2019 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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water lilies at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens
thanks to everyone for helping me get back to the here and now