take my hand and climb with me…

three hundred and sixty degrees: ‘make believe…’

Never Ending Story ~ Limahl

three hundred and sixty

faerytales begin

as we

began :: once


(  upon a time  )



t o g e t h e r

by incremental degree


the symbol of life

a shape shifting

t r e e


now the cycle



I find



(  h e r e  )


Dream a dream, and what you see will be…

10 comments on “three hundred and sixty degrees: ‘make believe…’

  1. Stuart Hyde - shpics
    September 26, 2013

    The end of one journey is the start of the next………………and the best trip is ALWAYS the next trip!
    Lovely blog, I wish I’d found it earlier.

    • Skye
      December 5, 2013

      Thank you so much for the compliment Stuart – glad you think so 🙂 And so true of life: endings melt & morph into a fresh start, an eternal journey around our sun. Really love your work – look forward to seeing more of it when I get back online. Wishing you everything of the very best, Sx

  2. seanbidd
    September 26, 2013

    Each degree has been a grateful climb, a fruitful one, B… I think I floated in on around 112°, and have seen so much happen in the Overberg, the rain, the sadness that comes with the loss of life, the fight for survival of 360tree through Winter, the visits of the Blue Cranes, and so can not forget the tribe and their adventures with you, along with an abundance of many other stories, and tales. Some thirty-one plus million seconds have escaped such a grand time, and here they still live, and breathe as digital microcosms to each moment, shaded in the colours to your thoughts… Thanks, B… Companion, fellow climber, friend to a wild, and vast world beneath the mighty way above, Sky blue by day, and inky blue until the dark waking of night… The best, always the best of luck, chance, and life.. Love from the land of red earth, bluegums, and turquoise seas . Cheers, and may where ever you dine today/tonight, may it be a glorious occasion, with friends, family, tribe, however it finds you, peace from across the latitudes.

    Thoughts after thinking, I’ve written too much, but a dreamer’s world is were I get lost the most. Not good in terms of surveying, stories, stories are always good to find..

    A complete degree to the season, Spring, climbing to reach the Skye, to touch a far north storm, where the grasses grow glas green, in a wild wind born on a western sea. reach out catch the cloud above via the cold stream of air above, ride it far beyond The Oak, the Bluegums, for at least awhile, for at least, while time sleeps under its weary strain, for from zero, to three hundred, and sixty degrees, one can ponder to ramble from beneath the trees, to a place called Waternish, and share but what one sees, or to Neist and tell us of a day’s departing sun, or wander the Coire Lagan, to wait for the misty fog to roll across the night.

    • Skye
      December 5, 2013

      Ah my long time friend from faraway, thank you. Your words carry such magic and celebration and your companionship on this climb has been deeply appreciated. And my view has changed once more: I’m now based above the waves, looking out over the endless Atlantic and watching whales as I write. Sending love and wishes of great happiness back to the land of red earth and blue gums, Sx

      • seanbidd
        December 7, 2013

        The Aethiopian Sea to traverse upon a slack string, from point to point, must be such a wonderful view… The world is at peace here, much can be heard upon the silence of a Pacific Breeze, much a tune to its harmony of Summer Storms, and Dune Sands dancing to the sea-spray rolling aloft off the crest to each wave in rhythm, and voices from the faraway places we can not see….

  3. poietes
    November 13, 2013

    Once I began to go through each degree I couldn’t stop until I had done the whole cycle. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and emotions through some beautiful images. The accompanying songs made each degree simply lovely.

    Are you going to continue with this blog?

    • Skye
      December 5, 2013

      Thank you so much lovely lady – so glad you went through the whole cycle, it’s the big picture vision I held while I trudged through the every day commitment of creating ‘something’. Apologies for the delayed response – there’s been much change this side of the tree. The project as is is now complete so this particular blog is at an end. A seed has been planted however for an expanded ‘collaborative’ effort so… in the new year I hope to be back with an update. And an epilogue of sorts. Sending lots of love and sunshine from the Overberg, Sx

      • poietes
        December 5, 2013

        Please let me know if/when you start something new as I would love to follow along on the journey.

  4. Murray @ Midnight
    July 17, 2014

    Beautiful and lovely and inspiring…

    • Skye
      July 24, 2014

      Thank you so much Murray! It was a really fun project 🙂

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