Zom Osborne

I dream of a world where humanity again lives as a child of Nature

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Wallabies Courting

Wallabies Courting

Posted by on Jul 16, 2015 in Journal |

I have just been watching two wallabies play chasies as I make breakfast. He is respectful. She hops a little ways and he tentatively follows. She looks behind to see if he is there. He waits and then comes forward a little. They both stop. She crouches underneath a fallen branch, pretending to eat some grass, aware of him close behind. He waits...

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No Place like Home

No Place like Home

Posted by on Jul 12, 2015 in Journal | 2 comments

  Down here in the southern hemisphere, we are in the midst of winter. Yes, this is our winter. It can get to about 50 degrees fahrenheit (10 degrees centigrade) at night, up to 21 C or 70 degrees fahrenheit during the day. The day I took this photo it had been raining and I came home to this beautiful rainbow....

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Beginning New Work

Beginning New Work

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Journal | 5 comments

Having recently changed to acrylic paints after many years of painting in oils, I have been experimenting with different approaches. I began four paintings, each with a different approach. To have a look at one of those approaches, you can go to my last blog post. I even began a painting that I was pretty sure would fail. (And I think it has. More about...

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