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I am a people watcher,life observer, nature lover, spiritual seeker loving this crazy wild ride that life is taking me on. I am still a blank piece of paper waiting to be filled and that is good.
Tags I’ve used most often.
- Australian outback
- Fear of flying
- getting older
- life experiences
- life journeys
- mixed media
- New York
- raising children
Blogs I Follow
- Kym's travels in Oze
- Alive & Terrified
- Green lights ahead
- Patricia Steele Raible
- ephemeral gecko by mixy gregory
- Art Inspiration | Inspiration | Art Techniques | Encouragement | Art Supplies
- In the Zone
- Xcetera Photography
- €merald Wake ©
- LEANNE COLE
- Joshi Daniel Photography
- lemanshots - Fine Pictures and Digital Art
- Europe with an edge: bits from the Balkans
- Gotta Find a Home
- A Holistic Journey
- Pepperbox Couture
- Make Something Mondays
- Creating Mixed Media Art
- home sweet homemade
- ME and the Boss
- Shabby Chic Addiction
- Vit Peyr
- I didn't have my glasses on....
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Category Archives: photography
For all you creative people!
As you might know, I love travel,photography and everything that falls in the fantasy realm. As a result I have become totally addicted to creating photomanipulation art from all of my images that I have collected over the years. My … Continue reading
Posted in Art, artists, Arty farty, Australia, Creativity, photographers, photography, Photomanipulation, Photoshoot, photoshop, scenery, Travel, Uncategorized Tagged art, Backdrops, backgrounds for book cover designs, backgrounds for CD designs, backgrounds for models, composite, creativity, Etsy, imagination, my passion, photography, Photomanipulation, photoshop, travel Leave a comment
Out of Order.
I created this image using several photo’s I took while on our recent trip. I wanted to challenge myself to do something a little bit creative with some of the sights we saw – to encompass a sense of the … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Australia, Creativity, memories, photography, Photomanipulation, photoshop, scenery, Travel Tagged art, Australia, creativity, Emu, isolation, outback, phone booth, Photomanipulation, scenery 4 Comments
In Her Chair…
In her chair, listening to the priest quietly murmuring last rites as her final earthly breaths cut through the silence of the night. The only other sound, the clock on the wall marking time in the remaining minutes and seconds … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, Creativity, Home, Musings, photography, very short stories, writing Tagged Australia, Fiction, Griffith, history, photography, travel, writing, writing inspired by a photograph Leave a comment
From Menindee to Wentworth,Renmark and Mildura.
The next leg of our journey was supposed to take us to Mildura where we planned to drive out to Mungo National Park to see the Walls of China. Unfortunately due to bad weather predicted, and ultimately as it happened, … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, life experiences, Nature, photography, scenery, Travel, travel blog, Weather Tagged Australian towns, Caravan parks, scenery, travel, weather Leave a comment
Menindee Lake. Wow!
Menindee is a small township about 110km South East of Broken hill and it’s been a place I’ve wanted to visit for years because it is perfect for photography. Sometimes with bad weather the roads are closed getting in there … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, life experiences, photography, Travel, travel blog Tagged Australia, beauty, birds, Caravans, Menindee, nature, photography, Tranquility, travel, water 2 Comments
Broken Hill and Silverton.
It was a long LONG drive from Lightning Ridge to Broken Hill- I think in total about a nine and a half hour trip ? so we split the journey in half and stayed overnight halfway across. It mustn’t have … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, camping, caravanning, life experiences, Nature, photography, scenery, Travel, travel blog Tagged Australia, Broken Hill, Kangaroos bouncing, outback, roadkill, Silverton, travel 2 Comments
Trip to Lightning Ridge, NSW.
We just arrived home yesterday after a three week trip which entailed visiting places such as Lightning Ridge, Broken Hill, Mildura, Griffith, Junee and Sofala. This is the route we took from Kilaben Bay in Lake Macquarie, NSW. I’ll … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, caravanning, Life, life experiences, photography, scenery, Travel, travel blog Tagged Australia, Lightning Ridge, Quirky, travel 2 Comments
First Adventure in our New Mode of Travel
In recent years my husband and I have done a fair amount of travel overseas, but now we are embarking on a new life of adventure… Exploring and photographing Australia whilst travelling in a caravan! Not full time mind you, … Continue reading
Posted in Australia, camping, caravanning, Getting older, Humour, husbands, Life, life experiences, Nature, photographers, photography, scenery, Travel, travel blog, Uncategorized Tagged Australia, camping, caravan, Gloucester, New England area, NSW, Nundle, photography, scenery, travel, Walcha 20 Comments
I’m making wearable art.
So, a new addiction seems to have me in its grips. It seemed natural to move from creating mixed media art to creating art you can actually wear. Not that I myself would wear it, but my models will be … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Arty farty, Australia, costumes, Craft, crafts, Creativity, photography, Uncategorized Tagged art, crowns, fantasy, Headdresses, photoshoots, wearable art 6 Comments
Sticks and stones will break your bones…
We all know the saying, and it’s got to be one of the most untrue statements we could ever be told. When I was fourteen years old, at that painfully awkward age when self image and self confidence were confusing … Continue reading →