All of the photographs featured on "Postcards from a Traveling Oracle" were taken by myself and copyrighted by me.
In the case of "To Nine Sisters, from Kyoto," they were taken in and around Kyoto, Japan during August 2006.

I also wrote all of the text featured herein (including what the Oracle wrote on the back of each postcard--
make sure you hover your pointer over each photograph to read them). Text is likewise copyrighted.

I put this together using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 and Adobe Macromedia Dreamweaver 8.

The text featured on the photographs and splash page is in the Pristina font. The secondary font on the splash
page is in Rage Italic.

The flower brushes I used came from Hawksmont at Brusheezy.

A huge shout-out goes to David Norris, my technical consultant, for filling me in on how to give the photographs
a floating title.

And, finally, thanks to Elise Mattheson for inspiring this project with her gorgeous jewelry.
(More Oracle-inspired goodness can be found here. You want to look. Trust me. I'm an Oracle.)

If you'd like to comment on my work or discuss it, you can do so at my Livejournal or by e-mail.

And please do visit my website!