Springtime is right around the corner…

Spring is always such a beautiful time of renewal. And it’s right around the corner…

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Celebrating life!

~Ana

“I don’t want life to imitate art. I want life to be art.” Ernst Fischer

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~Ana

A Bright Future Begins With You

The future is an open landscape resting at our feet. We each define it, day by day, through our perception of it and the steps we knowingly choose to take.

By perpetuating the good, we can make it a bright, shining playground for all!happy-bright-new-year-2015-ana-livingston-photography-copyrighted

~Ana

The setting of this amazingly beautiful place is threatened by a housing development………

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Aerial view to take your breath away

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Bench by local Artist Woodcarver Frank Triggs after the Iron age Horse in the British Museum

Hillfort 13th March-right

Sketch by local artist Diana Baur drawn to the sound of skylarks overhead March 2014

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Photography courtesy of Borderland Tourist Board

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A crowd  of the 8,000 plus campaigners, whose voices are constantly ignored by Shropshire Council outside Oswestry Guildhall  intent on saving the Hillfort for future generations

 Please help to save this. You can respond to the final 6 week consultation on the SAMDev Plan at

 http://new.shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/site-allocations-and-management-of-development-samdev-plan/

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The Incredible Power Of Concentration – Miyoko Shida

I am in absolute awe of this beautiful woman, her ability and serenity.

~Ana

Backyard Bougainvillea: A Flower Within a Flower

I took a few moments this morning to idle away in my sun-filled backyard.  Amazing what you can discover with just a turn of your head.

Bougainvillea thriving in my backyard.

Bougainvillea thriving in my backyard.

~Ana

Sunset in Dunedin. Florida

Sunset in Dunedin. Photograph by Ana Livingston

Sunset in Dunedin. Photograph by Ana Livingston