I arrived at Mount Franklin (an extinct volcano nestled in Victoria's Golden Triangle) not really knowing what to expect a "Free Food Foraging" workshop to look like, but straight away this inviting assortment of goodies grabbed my attention. I was in the right place. I first came across Free Food Foragers by word of mouth … Continue reading Forays into Nature’s Pantry
This blog has been a long time in the writing, it's been churning around in my head for two or three months. At first I put it down to a bit of writers block but as the weeks pass by I've come to understand it's the subject matter that's to blame. I'm simply too busy … Continue reading Nobody warned me that soap making could become an addiction.
Something I've noticed since discovering my passion for photography is that it forces you to view the world through different eyes. Suddenly you are seeing the beauty in the mundane - in the little places least expected - in places you never used to look. These small treasures also provide an opportunity to practice camera … Continue reading The little things…..
This blog is my final submission for a unit of study I have been doing online with the University of Tasmania, and is the reason I have grown over the past couple of months from Facebooker, to Blogger and now to Web Designer. The final assessment requires me to submit between 7 & 10 images which … Continue reading The Urban Farm
Ask any photographer what their favourite subjects are to shoot and you will collect a wide range of responses. Portraits, landscapes, nature, macro, sport..... the list goes on. I myself have a few favourites - one of which is street art. As someone who has studied art on and off since my teens, but sadly … Continue reading Melbourne Street Art