It’s been forever since I’ve posted about the garden… Truth is, there’s not an awful lot going on – save for some general maintenance. I’ve been looking back at some photos I took during spring (October) to remind me of how lucky I am to have this garden. Since spring, however, many roses have been …
Back in September of last year, I took the first tentative steps and I taught myself how to design knitwear. Inspired by a trip to Iceland, and wanting something more light-weight than traditional Icelandic yarn, Sumar was created.
Normally, I live by the motto: “Don’t Drink Pink Drinks”, but this might be one “Pink Drink” that I am prepared to make an exception for…
Sometimes, you just need to stop and see that there is beauty all around us. Sometimes, it is worth allowing yourself a moment to breathe and to put everything back into perspective. Sometimes I can get myself into a bit of a rut, but I also know that, ultimately, I am the only person who can bring myself out of it. It is no-one else’s responsibility, or fault.
This wine wasn’t so much picked by me, as it was proffered by way of a mini-wine-tasting promotion at the local Spar. Given the original purpose of this blog was to discover South African wines, I thought – why not?
A new beginning, perhaps a fresh start – Not just photography, but maybe some art?
I’ve tried setting challenges and inevitably fail – Does my patience wear thin? Is my material stale?
Illumination is not just about light. For me, there are colours which do the job of lighting up the surroundings equally as well.
Macro photography with my DSLR has previously eluded me.
Try as I might, I never quite got close enough for my liking.
Nature never fails to supply something to work with for a photo challenge and this week was no different
We finally made it to the coffee shop down town; we’ve been here before – and the milkshakes were deeee-licious, by all accounts. Only, the swirling bubble-gum visions of my memories were not matched by what was served to us.
I took fewer photos than I had hoped for and possibly left it a little too late. Luckily the garden never fails me!