Wonderful to be able to get out into the landscape,albeit from the comfort of our cool and fly -resistant car!
Summer is my paper making time. This piece was created in a more innocent time. It reflects the beauty of the Australian bush, and is too nice to hidden away, hence my decision to frame it Size is 10 cm by 15cm plus frame. It is for sale if you would like a piece ofContinue reading “Bendigo bush paper art”
I hope the photo montage is self-explanatory, feel free to message me if you like more information. Sharon
This morning when I heard the familiar buzz of our native blue banded bees on the lavender under the kitchen window, I grabbed my camera. With my trusty dslr Nikon and Tamron 90 mm f2.8 macro lens, I hoped to get another shot of these fast, elusive bees. There were two busy getting their tuckerContinue reading “Beating 41.3 degrees celsius”
Red Hibiscus. Before designing my fabric comes the sourcing and capturing of the flora that speaks to me in some way, be it colour, form or fragrance. I have two main themes , Indigenous Flora of the Bendigo region and Suburban Flora of the Bendigo region. Today I spent several hours in the studio photographingContinue reading “suburbia”
Second day into the new year and the weather is kinder this morning, so what better way to start the day than to send hubby out to mow the lawn. He looks quite happy too!
Thanks to WRES for rescuing this Tawny Frogmouth and growing him ready for release. Neil brought him around tonight on dusk to release him back where he was born. How lovely and great thank you to all at WRES.
Good day for staying inside in the comparative coolness away from the predicted 41 degree Celsius day. While I am staying cool I am working on a lanyard design to go with my Client USB sticks when they receive their imagery. Take care and stay out of this summer heat!
The Eastern Rosella always gets first go at the birdbath, then the noisy miners come and have fun. Summer 2015
Not as sharp as I would like but still love this shot, hope you enjoy!