Saturday Snaphots – Final Week of Autumn
What a superb end to autumn in Canberra. The mornings were foggy and sombre, blossoming into sunny, warm, crisp days where the sky goes forever and the leaves threaten to burst into flame with their colour.
I had an enjoyable week, complete with gardening, socialising, a few interviews and photoshoots and of course playing with my gorgeous boys.
Watching Eurovision with my sisters led to trying on red lipstick, which of course led to thousands of selfless.
Sneak peak of an upcoming article I shot this week
Sneak peek of an upcoming post on the Lonsdale St. Traders. Sweet Bones Gallery
Close up of Barbara Vanderlinden’s painting, from the Faces of Canberra exhibition
Sneek peak of an upcoming post on the Lonsdale st Traders, fashion shop
Winter vegies coming along nicely. That is until the possums got to them 😦
Sent this pic to my bestie asking if I was rocking the double pattern, or just looked like my grandma’s wallpaper.
A certain young man was pretty chuffed with his bed companion
Hiding from Monsters under my doona. As you do.
Autumn in Canberra
A wonderful friend brought around some home grown lemons
Trying to look natural during a photoshoot for my bio pic for The Home Journal