Lensbaby love … love Lensbaby
Tiny pops of red are irresistible when there’s a general lack of colour around.
Winter’s making a gallant fight against the onslaught of Spring today with snow, hale and bitter winds. Most people would stay in with a cup of tea and a chocolate digestive but I thought I’d battle the elements, camera in hand, to shoot some snowy scenes. This one is currently undergoing massive textural work and I’ll post it again once I’ve finished. See you!
Put your feet up, rest awhile. Do something just for the sheer pleasure of it, whatever it is, this weekend. I’m going to read. I’ve not had time to sit and read for what seems like ages so I’m going to indulge myself with my latest book. Wonderful.
This perfect seahorse was given to me by a friend a few years ago and it’s been treasured ever since. It is in immaculate condition and is a regular source of wonder for my daughter.
A little bit of square loveliness … softly textured, with love.
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping … hello March! I have a great month ahead, busy but great. We are moving house, my daughter will turn 6, most of the work will happen on my new website and we’ll be going back to Canazei at the end of the month to ski. Whoosh!! Hope yours is a good one.
I’ve just put this up in my Society 6 shop. I love the slightly vintage mood to it and that flower is so pretty!
Spring is teasing us with glimpses of how glorious it is going to be soon having spotted snowdrops, crocuses and the lovely yellow flowers on this gorse.
Gypsophilia is often treated as an afterthought or a filler in bouquets but it really is exquisite in its own right. Soft and gentle.