Notes from a small dog: Your letters to Santa…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo: Can I just remind you that I don’t want to wear the antlers again this year. Or a red hat with bobbles on or, even worse, a beard… I don’t fancy a red nose or pointy ears either… Which means I have to post something every day… via Notes … Continue reading Notes from a small dog: Your letters to Santa…

“In memory of children, girls and women victims of silence.”

Artist and Photographer Simona Bonanno is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. From her project ‘Chains Of Silence‘. To see Simona’s body of work click on any photograph. In memory of children, girls and women victims of silence. Silence can have many forms: it could be expected […] via “In memory of children, … Continue reading “In memory of children, girls and women victims of silence.”

THE DUST BOWL OF THE 1930

The 1930s were some of the driest years in American history. Eight long years of drought, preceded by inappropriate cultivation technique, and the financial crises of the Great Depression forced many farmers off the land abandoning their fields throughout the Great Plains that run across the heart of mainland United States. via The Dust Bowl of … Continue reading THE DUST BOWL OF THE 1930

Shape-shifting (Part 1)

Great Post! Really insightful way of looking at shape-shifting.

UMIJOO: A children’s illustrative book, in the making, about ocean conservation needs your support

Environmentalist Casson Trenor has teamed up with artist Caia Koopman to create a children’s book, UMIJOO, that aims to raise awareness of the importance of ocean conservation whilst inspiring the next generation “who will grow up to be the leaders we so desperately need”. UMIJOO is the story of a young girl who embarks on […] … Continue reading UMIJOO: A children’s illustrative book, in the making, about ocean conservation needs your support