Huxley’s Door

The Art of Perception through Imagination:

Earth, Wind and Fire

“Creativity…involves the power to originate, to break away from the existing ways of looking at things, to move freely in the realm of the imagination, to create and recreate worlds fully in one’s mind-while supervising all this with a critical inner eye.” — Oliver Sacks It’s very elemental.

Rocket Science in the Overberg

Since human memories exist outer space has always been a source of fascination and imagination. There always has been a quest to explore the space around the earth. Stonehenge was build in the period between around 3000 and 2000 BC and based on the solar year (19 yrs and that many days, hrs/minutes and seconds). …

‘Die Groot Krokodil’

‘Die Groot Krokodil’ (The Big Crocodile’) is the commonly known name for P.W. Botha; former state president (under apartheids regime) of South Africa. With a bit of imagination you can see him; still watching South Africa. 6

Added dimensions

Sometimes, while photo-processing, I let my imagination do the work … See for yourself:

Moonraker

(Imaginary)

Imagination

“Imagination is more important than knowledge“, said Albert Einstein once. So let’s imagine that this spineless cactus (known as Lophocereus scottii Monstrose) is a reïncarnation of an anaconda with human eyes …. May I?

Imaginary wood Painting 5

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. Last one of this serie: I see

Imaginary Wood Painting 4

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. Almost there. This is Natasha with her head in the clouds (or are the clouds in her head)

Imaginary wood painting 3

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. Nr. 3 (of 5):  Africa, oh Africa