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"Silent storm": vlog digital landscape black and white photography. High vibration art by Mokusho Abigaëlle Richard

Today's creation, I wished to share with you in this vlog and blog post, is one of digital landscape black and white photography, which is high vibration art. I shot this photo in 2019, in the Angrignon parc in the Southwest part of Montreal.

In this shot I captured a calm winter landscape of snow covered wooded terrain with a little bridge over a stream of water surrounded by rocks. I chose to render this photo in black and white for a couple different reasons. First, the calm almost Japanese like minimalist landscape, with silent falling snow, resonated for me, visually and aesthetically, with these strong light and dark contrasts.

Secondly, the life context I was in, when I shot this photo, also resonated in my heart with black a white, with strong intense contrasts. Indeed, in 2019, I had moved back to my parent's apartment that is a stone's throw away from that large lovely park. I had moved back to my parents because at the time, my mom had suffered a stroke, which left her with some physical but mostly cognitive side effects. She needed a lot of support that my dad provided to her, and I decided to be there as well to support both of them in the humble way I could. It was hard. It was intense. For those who have been a carer for a parent with dementia or Alzheimer know exactly what I'm talking about. We were all drained, exhausted, hurt, desperate and at the end of our tether.

Going for my daily walk alone in the Angrignon park was for me an indescribable solace, a haven, a place of silence, calmness, away from the drama, the fights, the discouragement of seeing my mom getting worst and my dad psychologically drowning everyday. I was going through an inner "silent storm" at home because I was trying not to express all the discouragement, anger and mixed feelings I had at the time. So when I shot this photo, the soft calmness, the bare minimalist landscape reminded me that there was a place where I could be myself again for an hour. A place where I could ground to "hear my own frequency", to survive this intense phase of my life. The bridge represented in this photo, was also symbolically the place I was standing on in that phase of my life: between two apartment, between to realities, between two suffering souls.

My mom has passed away a little over two years ago, and both my dad and I are still recovering from that terribly intense phase and grieving process, which he barely came out of alive from. Today, nature remains the place where I seek and find solace, silence and calm. Mokusho Abigaëlle Richard

March 5th 2024

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Who is Mokusho Abigaëlle Richard?

As a starseed soul, intuitive artist, iconographer, transmitter, collage artist and travel photographer, my soul purpose is to share my higher self connection and spiritual intuitive guidance in the form of a reading or Creative Intuitive Transmission with meaning (iconography), high vibration words and artwork as an original art collage of Japanese art style washi chiyogami paper (normally used for origami). It also takes the form of color and black and white photo digital files of travel, nature, landscape, animal, urban, architecture and b&w photography. Both are for sale as wall art in my art shop and their creative process and inspiration is discussed in blog posts on this website. They are also shared as videography on “The grounded starseed” Youtube channel, to offer you high frequency art.


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