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    Melissa Budasz
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Had this beautiful compilation from my special girl this morning #happybirthday 🦋💋
Had this beautiful compilation from my special girl this morning #happybirthday  🦋💋
Farewell dear friend. Beautiful woodland site on the South Downs. #Rip @compassionatefunerals #Moirajarvis
Farewell dear friend. Beautiful woodland site on the South Downs. #Rip  @compassionatefunerals #Moirajarvis 
It’s hard not to take so many images of Tess, this is one by Heidi, my favourite at the moment.
It’s hard not to take so many images of Tess, this is one by Heidi, my favourite at the moment.
Introducing Tess Willow from #Wiltshire now a #londongirl
Ahh #Avebury #Henge ... beautiful place. Gathering my #thoughts and #ideas before picking up a bundle of joy that is soon to fill my life 🐶
Ahh #Avebury  #Henge  ... beautiful place. Gathering my #thoughts  and #ideas  before picking up a bundle of joy that is soon to fill my life 🐶
#AnaMendieta is a huge inspiration, she was #brave and #wild and her life was cut short way too early. This image is in memory of #Moirajarvis who loved her work too
Farewell studio of 3 years ... decided to bring all my #art tools home and build a #studio. Time of many #changes
Farewell studio of 3 years ... decided to bring all my #art  tools home and build a #studio . Time of many #changes 
This book has been my latest read - launched @treadwellsbooks #London recently #blogpost coming soon #witchesslutsfeminists
Beautiful clear skies and sea in #Brighton today ... minus the crowds that is 😛 #photography #photoftheday #blue #bythesea #goodforthesoul
I love #jellyfish and this particular one #manowar is one of my favourites. Man o’ War has venomous tentacles that can give a nasty, deadly sting. It’s made of minute individuals called zooids. Fabulous 🦑
I love #jellyfish  and this particular one #manowar  is one of my favourites. Man o’ War has venomous tentacles that can give a nasty, deadly sting. It’s made of minute individuals called zooids. Fabulous 🦑
A collection of shots taken in the #thunderstorm the other night with no filters - extraordinary change of light in each one ... waiting for the next ⛈ that’s due
A collection of shots taken in the #thunderstorm  the other night with no filters - extraordinary change of light in each one ... waiting for the next ⛈ that’s due
I enjoy working with words and sentences overlaid on my artwork. Although artists deal with what cannot be said in words, I love the coming together of the two. No better writer to select than the late and great #ursulakleguin
I enjoy working with words and sentences overlaid on my artwork. Although artists deal with what cannot be said in words, I love the coming together of the two. No better writer to select than the late and great #ursulakleguin 
Amazing #thunderstorm tonight @heidilb_ @maxbudasz #rooftop #pictures #nightsky #london
Merlin - one of my #inspirations and #loves. The bond with my animals is one of the grounding things in my life and they endlessly amuse me. They are not too keen on my collection of taxidermy animals but have come to accept them 😛 
#catlover #doglover #nature #melissabudasz #homeiswheretheheartis #artandlife #muse #artistsoninstagram #artoftheday #photooftheday
I have been developing ideas for my website and preparing for the next stage in my #artwork and #studiolife - #timeforchange #cycleoflife beginnings and endings
A lot of the ideas for these new photo-montages are based on the ‘goddess’ theory and the psychogeography I have with particular places and spaces - the backdrop of the many photos I have taken are on Salisbury Plain, known for its archaeology and Stonehenge - Thomas Hardy land, whose writing I always keep in my head. He once famously said, ‘It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in language which is chiefly made by men to express theirs’. This one is homage to ‘Tess’ from Tess of the d’Urbevilles
A lot of the ideas for these new photo-montages are based on the ‘goddess’ theory and the psychogeography I have with particular places and spaces - the backdrop of the many photos I have taken are on Salisbury Plain, known for its archaeology and Stonehenge - Thomas Hardy land, whose writing I always keep in my head. He once famously said, ‘It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in language which is chiefly made by men to express theirs’. This one is homage to ‘Tess’ from Tess of the d’Urbevilles