Share your world – 22nd January 2020

Time for another Share Your World QUESTIONS: Where do you get your news? Mostly from Facebook, sounds bad I know, but if it’s important people are usually talking about it! But then sometimes it can become a bit too much and I need to switch off from that too. I rarely watch the news as it…

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Summer Outings – Harmers Haven

We were invited by another photography group for the first sunset shoot of the year at Harmer’s Haven in South Gippsland (far from the fires in East Gippsland). It was a glorious evening, high cloud, warm temps and light winds. It was a pretty sunset amongst the rocks, but not spectacular. Still, it was lovely…

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Summer Outings – Blue Lotus Water Gardens

A new year and some trips to old places not seen for a while, and some never before. We escaped the Melbourne heat and smoke (from all the bushfire blowing our way) and went to Yarra Junction in the Yarra Valley to visit the Blue Lotus Water Gardens , such a magical place to visit as…

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Mondays Musings…

I keep telling myself eight more days of work, just eight days! Then I an on holidays for nearly three weeks! The weather has been improving, although we are in for a scorcher today, 37°C expected today. Had a super fabulous weekend, with a slight crimp in it…my dishwasher died. It was old so I…

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Spring Outings- Cloude Hill Gardens

Some days the weather is just too good to spend inside working, and fresh air and exercise is good for us, so after I had spent most of a recent workday busy on the PC and in the studio, I could not bear it any longer and just had to get out. Moth was home…

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Spring Outings – European Christmas Cookie Class

I had been looking for something fun to do with some friends and students for an end of the year get together, a change from the usual Sunday brunch and champagne or a ‘play-date’ in the studio. Something fun and inclusive of photographers and non-photographers alike. I came across this European Christmas Cookie class by…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 4

Day 4 After a truly awful night’s sleep, we were going to get up early to shoot sunrise at Lake Taylor, but the skies did not look promising, so we went back to bed to try to get some more sleep. Eventually, we gave up and after breakfast in town, we left Horsham. Heading via…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 3

Day 3 We woke to grey skies but the rain had mostly stopped, just a few occasional random drops here and there. We made our way over to Sea Lake and the newest of the Silo Art only completed a few weeks ago, as well as some local street art as well. Then onto Lake…

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Exploring the Goulburn, Mallee and Wimmera Regions of Victoria – Part 2

Day 2 We woke to slightly cooler weather and drove back into Nagambie, past Black Caviar (This was the birthplace of the fairly famous Aussie Race Horse, not the food lol). We then drove over to Rochester for more silo art and morning tea. As we left the storm front that had been expected for…

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Monday’s Musings…

November certainly is shaping up to be a super busy month, only 11 days in and it’s back to being a whirlwind. Friday was spent doing errands and cleaning up in the studio and setting up for the two workshops (yes 2!) on Saturday. Jess joined me for a Fantasy Portrait Session, here is just…

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