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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Tree of Life Workshop - The New Earth Works

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So amazing this last workshop! We painted a big tree outside the shop and we asked people to collaborate with us to print their hands and write a message to the world. We ended amazed of how many people joined us and how good it felt to work all together for a final piece.




People from different backgrounds wrote a message for the community tree, also in different languages! It could not me more unique. We really watched the magic of collaboration unfolds during the day and from here we want to thank you all the people that gave us a piece of their time to help us and contribute.






I can just feel the positive energy and the human beauty from these photos! We are all different but we all want good and positive things to happen, and I am sure that when we all join hands, we can make incredible things together.

















 I just love hands! So this was a perfect moment for "high five" and saying hello to the camera :)







Thank you so much Edinburgh for this beautiful day! Here is the tree of life, of people.


If you come along to the shop you will see that the tree is now decorating the interiors of the place. Maybe it is not late for you to include your message and make it grow!

1 comment:

  1. Answer: Woah, traveling Europe for 2 years sounds amazing and like a great plan - I hope everything works out the way you want it too and that you do go on this journey! As a photographer, and a freelancer, I can do my work anywhere really - as long as I have my camera and a decent internet connection. I do however feel more inspired out here in the woods, and that my focus regarding the content of my photos, as well as my style is changed - for the better :) We've only been here for about 3 weeks so time will tell how it'll impact everything in the long run. I had no certain customer relationships that I left upon moving though, and I'm free to travel for work as I see fit which feels very good and reassuring!

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