Well it seems that winter finally got to me, and I’ve become a little bit of a ‘blogging hermit’ – if there even is such a thing. It’s really not ok! So to try and catch up I’ve rummaged through some of the recent work, and pulled a couple of bits and pieces out.
Here’s a twist on the ordinary isolated wine bottle. I love the way the light falls, and the barrels through the glass.
Here’s another beautiful place out at Rarangi.
Gosh, I love this shot. You know all that it really needs? A bride with a big white dress running along, veil flying. Wedding season is just around the corner, bringing me more brides and veils to have fun with! Bring it on!
In other news:
My tadpoles are getting oh-so-fat. No back legs yet, but it can’t be long now? There’s still about 50 of them, so I think we’re going to have to take some back to the river – lest we end up with a plague of Egypt in our living room!
It’s still raining. Usually Blenheim has lovely, clear and sunny winters. This winter is making me want to move to Queensland.
The children did a ‘Kids for Kids’ concert with Suzanne Prentice, and my Georgia got picked to sing a solo!
She did amazingly well, for a little girl singing in front of 400+ people!
We’ve made a new border for the photos, giving it a whirl. Feel free to drop us an email to let us know what you think, is it a keeper?
Our photos have appeared in the latest issues of Unlimited and Homestyle magazines. Very cool.
I think that’s it for today!