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See also my journal: It's not the eyes, it's the heart...
Heavenly musicMy friend in the Netherlands and I started a tradition after Jeremiah's death of ringing chimes (because he loved chimes) in remembrance on the 30th. Through the years it has grown and people all over the world ring chimes, play instruments and sing for Jeremiah and their own lost loved ones. I will be ringing my chimes for Jeremiah and Jonathan this year. (I lost my middle son also a few months ago) I would like to invite everyone to make your own sounds to heaven for my sons and or your own lost loved ones. We do this at the same exact moments as an uplifting of beautiful sounds to heaven from all over the world. I hope you join us for one, two or all of the times.The times will be.........Tammara
midnight PST (Monday 29th to Tuesday 30th)
10am PST (Tuesday 30th)
4pm PST (Tuesday 30th)
and 11pm PST (Tuesday 30th)
******My first ringing of the chimes was cold and dark. I cried for my loss, pain and loneliness for my sons. I felt so alone in the cold darkness that I wanted to scream and fi
Against Ebola, still one week before the deadlineJakezDaniel
We all have heard about what is happening in Western Africa. I feel sick about it. There are medical people going there to help those nations to stop the epidemy from spreading any farer and stop it all. I've heard people managed to stop it in Nigeria. Those medical associations are needing volunteers and funds. Those are the Red Cross, Médecins sans frontiers and many others.
In the past with a group of artists on deviant ART, we have created small books, for gathering some funds to associations.
I would like here too a book with our images, texts, for the people of Western Africa, for the medical associations working in the middle of the epidemy, to save lives, to save us all.
Please, let's create something together.
I would like you to spread the word.
You have been a lot
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Hi, I'm Steppeland, female photographer and digital artist
My real name is Lutgarde De Brouwer. I'm born in Flanders, Belgium (1958) and living in a very inter cultural neighbourhood in Amsterdam South-East, the Netherlands.
In the first place, I feel I'm a world-citizen.
I'm a general photographer, with special focus on nature photography, street and photo journalism, and stock photography. And occasionally, I like to experiment a little with digital art as well.
You can read a bit more about my fascination with photography, and about the motivation of my work in my journal here steppeland.deviantart.com/jour…
Feel free to browse and look around in my gallery, and never hesitate to let me know what you think about my work. I always appreciate constructive comments and feedback, and love sharing experiences with other photographers and artists – it’s the best way to learn!
Hope to see you around!