Regular Random – Dying Chrysanthemum

I bought some Chrysanthemums for a photo shoot and as per usual did a few little mini shoots as well, then promptly forget them! I was tidying up in the studio days later and noticed they were nearly dead, but I plucked this last one and had a quick little play, great for Regular Random,…

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Tuesday’s Textures – Mother of Ravens

What does it mean to be weighed down by responsibility and wishing to have the freedom to just fly away? 

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Friday Fiction – Wiccan Love Spells

Set on the edge of a mystical forest, she sets about creating an anti-love spell, of sorts. So hurt, was she by a man, can she ever trust again, can she allow herself to find another love again?

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Tuesday’s Textures – Into the Unknown

  No tales, no story for this one, I meant to write one, but somehow it just never happened, perhaps you can make your own? The forest background was from the shoot I did in Warburton for Rapunzel and with Jayde Helena in the studio, as the model, lots of material flicking and dragging and…

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In The Studio – An Addams Family Wedding

As some of you know I am a member of a few photography groups, one such group is called The Dark Room, which has quite a few various styled photographers, but the aim is to create large elloraborate concept shoots, that may not be possible on our own. Each photographer puts a set amount into…

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Friday Fiction – Hush My Child

He stood alone, the last of his kind, gentling cradling his child, the last hope for his people, now scared and hungry and too tired to go on. He felt much the same way himself, how did this come to pass? He stood surrounded by an army of faceless mechanoids, the air filled with smoke, and the buzz of a hundred thousand drones.

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In the Studio – Film Noir

Film noir has been around since the 1940’s… A style or genre of cinematographic film marked by a mood of pessimism, fatalism, and menace. The term was originally applied (by a group of French critics) to American thriller or detective films made in the period 1944–54 and to the work of directors such as Orson…

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Monday’s Musings

What to do with an empty nest? For the first time, I have no children at home. My Youngest has moved interstate and as she was driving her car up, my eldest daughter went with her to share the driving and help her set up in the new house. Not to mention enjoying the sensational…

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In the Studio with Chey Ann – Steam Punk

Warning! Contains Nudity

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The Sweetest Thing…

I wrote a post the other day and had this response from Brenda at a Meditative Journey with Saldage, I think it is possibly the sweetest thing anyway has said to me in years I once read an article that explored how fairy tales help humankind survive childhood. After I pondered this for a bit…

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