My Bluecanvas calendar arrived in the mail, it looks fantastic …!!
I have been featured for March 2012 amongst a list of amazing artists showcased in each other month.
You can check it out or purchase it via the Bluecanvas website
Yep, it’s a moomoo …
He has a mind of his own.
Some days I find him sprawled out on the head of the couch, lazing around, just staring into space, much like a cat.
Other days I find him on the floor after a cuddling session from KL.
Sometimes I find him in my way, much like our beloved Charlie (read adorable family golden retreiver)
On occasions I find him on my seat on the couch, and he looks at me dotingly …
This cute lil’ cuddly cow was a beautiful and thoughtful gift for KL from our friends, Aa and AK, he’s like our family pet … =)
Last year I posted a blog Book Cover – “Path To The Wormhole” where I mentioned my stairtrail photo from Lake Fyans, which I titled Path To The Wormhole was going to be the cover for Tracy Daugherty’s book.
Well, Tracy’s book has been publised and my copy arrived this week! It looks awesome, and looking forward to reading Tracy’s stories! Here’s the Amazon link.
|When you’re missing a little cheer..
….sometimes you just have to look for it
I am thrilled to announce my photo “Path To the Wormhole” will be used as the cover image for a Tracy Daughtery’s book titled “ONE DAY THE WIND CHANGED”, published by SMU.
Tracy’s stories are set in the desert Southwest, and two of which have to do with astronomers having references to the vast, starry night sky.
Tracy Daugherty is a fine writer, having published four novels and four short story collections.
He has also published a collection of personal essays and a biography a major literary figure from the 60s and 70s, Donald Barthelme, Hiding Man. That book was published by a major New York publisher and brought him much acclaim.
He has won fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation. Currently, he is Distinguished Professor of English and Creative Writing at Oregon State University. Daugherty grew up in Texas and received his Ph.D. from the University of Houston, where he studied with Donald Barthelme. He will be a featured author at the Texas Book Festival.
Two of our best friends have a new family member, the gorgeous little Jack William.
Had to post these shots from our visit at the hospital !
Tonight (25th March 2009) at the Official Opening of the Weerama Festival, I was awarded 1st & 3rd prizes in the Ted’s Camera Stores Photographic Competition 2009 Open Category for the Weerama Festival (Werribee Community Festival) held by the City of Wyndham.
The competition was for photographs taken in the last 12 months which showcased the City of Wyndham, capturing and celebrating the Municipality’s diverse landscape, seascape and character.
I entered two of my photos. “Unknown” was awarded 1st place and “A Brief History of Time” got 3rd place.
“Unknown” – Campbells Cove, Werribee South beach at dawn
A Brief History Of Time – Werribee River at sunset
invulnerable to fear or intimidation; “audacious explorers”; “fearless reporters and photographers”; “intrepid pioneers” [syn: audacious]
WordNet® 3.0, © 2006 by Princeton University.
Yep, we’ve been at it again….the things we do ~ but boy it’s fun !!
Neil, Lee and I went to the ocean beach again for sunset shots on the rocks….and Neil has posted a fantastic shot of me as the waves were crashing in over the rock shelf that you’ve got to see…
Yep, it’s me….well it was me…
…with the remote shutter release @ Cowrie Beach on Phillip Island.
A good reminder to be careful when you’re on the coast for the unpredictable waves.
I’m out on Western Port Bay at the moment for work, currently between French Island and Lang Lang on the mainlaind of Vic.
The water is beautiful and still (much better than last time when we had huge winds and swells) but it’s very cold !!