Vintage Scales

I recently picked up on a visit to an antique bazaar this great little Australian made kitchen scales. Us Aussies have made some wonderful things over the years – Victa lawn mowers, Hills Hoist washing lines, just to name a few, sadly we are losing our icons, Kraft and Arnotts (iconic food brands) are no longer…

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Autumn Outings – Redwoods of Fantasy

In Warburton we have some Ancient Redwood Forests, which feel very mystical, I am totally unsure as to what powers if any, they truly hold, but it ‘feels’ very old and mystical amongst the trees. People often build giant ‘nests’ from fallen boughs. I cannot help but feel a sense of wonder as I stand…

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Share Your World – 21st May 2019

Back on schedule this week for SYW, last week I felt like I was falling behind, so much to do, but this week, back on track. Melanie has some less than serious questions for this week, she even calls them silly…just means some serious fun. Some Silly Questions: Is it better to suspect something (bad…

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An artists palette

Learn to create unique and beautifully crafted images in Photoshop & Topaz using these painterly techniques, with Award Winning Digital Artist – Julie Powell…BRAND NEW!

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Mondays Musings…

I am stiff and sore and happy after yesterday’s massive workshop at The Potterage, this has been several months in the planning, worry about a dozen minute details, but the day was perfect, the weather was perfect, blue sky and fluffy white clouds, it actually got quite warm in the sun. Magical late Autumn light…

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Regular Radom – Link from Zelda

I recently attended a Cosplay event, it was more like a random get together and picnic, so many of the characters I did not know…but there was one guy who I did know, Link from The Legend of Zelda…a video game, perhaps you know it? I had to give this go at least five minutes…

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Friendly Friday Challenge – Chairs

Forestwood Folkart has a lovely little challenge on Fridays, all about chairs this week. Pop over for a look, won’t you? I have so many images of chairs, but I really do like this one I found in my search, this is my vintage chair, a REAL antique, not a replica like so much of…

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Capturing light for better photography

Learn to harness any type of lighting for your Still Life Photography, or indeed any type of Photography. Once you know HOW to control the light you can get great photos, anytime, anywhere.

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