The image (left) shows the triple form of Celtic imagery and the typical motifs that accompany it. In this picture the cyclist is emerging from between two pillars and in front of another as if weaving a pattern. The cyclist image is that taken from the Palestinian journey, and represents a continuation, if not a resolution, of the spiritual motive to visit permaculture and environmental projects on home soil.

The back (right) has a caption that reads 'Give me a cause. Finding meaning in the landscape.' Using reverse psychology it is asking the recipient to consider his position in relation to me. As such, what does the landscape mean to the native. Giving me a cause is saying 'What can you do for me?'

T-shirts Iona Bike Road (front and back)

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