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The Misunderstood Pirate By Francine Davies And The Ogs The Ogs are a Registered Trademark No. 2622780.  Copyright Francine Davies   There is also an audio version of this on you tube.  If you would like to listen to that please press here   The pebbles chattered as the sea rolled them in. The air...

‘Everyone wants to be remembered’ by Francine Davies © 2012 The Ogs are a registered trademark No. 2622780 There is also an audio version of this story on YouTube.  If you would like to listen please press here: https:// youtu.be/yw3CsQ9jL9U   Mammoth thought he was the first up on this fine...

[caption id="attachment_452" align="aligncenter" width="300"] "Don't Forget to Hug Trees" A painting from Francine Davies' Iceland Series. Currently on show at Crafts by the Sea, Ogmore by Sea, Vale of Glamorgan.[/caption]   Don't Forget to Hug Trees It is not unheard of in our family to hear someone say...

Celebrating the beautiful #Welsh #Landscape through #ART! This weekend has been so uplifting, inspiring and exciting and even nurturing! The #LondonWelshCentre is a particularly powerful example of #CommunityDevelopment working to foster relationships with people and using shared #Culture and #Geography to connect 'us' and 'them' all...

An “Extra” “Ordinary” Year Please!   I have made a pathetic attempt to NOT paint or draw or make things or write this Christmas but the result has meant that I feel as if I have been repeatedly turned round and round in a circle and left...

It's in all our Nature It is common knowledge that humans are supposedly more advanced intellectually than other species in the natural world because we have the so called advantage of rational thought.  This is then often interpreted as suggesting that we are the more sophisticated...

  #TheHermitCrab The  Sea was right out when I swam today and as I walked back to my Dryrobe, woolly hat and wellies ( I know how to power dress for the beach!) I saw for the first time in a long time a shell moving in...

The Purple SandPiper Today I met a new Bird thanks to fellow morning walkers who unlike me know what they are looking at when they see it! I am so grateful to knowledgeable folk who offer me a moment to help me see new things that I...

A Fascinating Paradigm: Exhaustion. I listened to a fantastic program on Radio 4 on Wednesday, 27th November 2019 at 11am.  The program was highlighting and considering the issues of contemporary Exhaustion among society and the natural world.  I cannot urge people enough to listen to it. ...

  #Creative Workspaces   These #days the most creative space i can envisage is up in the sky watching the #Starling #murmurations entertain our #eyes. According to www.rspb.org.uk #Autumn roosts begin to form in #November although sometimes can be begin as early as #September. What a joyful...