The last couple of months were busy in other ways too. My husband’s grandma, who lives with us, had a stroke which meant hospital stays, doctor visits, therapy and a little extra effort to make sure she was comfortable. She is … Continue reading
Category Archives: photography
Here are a few more photos from the book. Unas cuantas fotos más del libro.
I went back to school for fear of becoming bored at home all day. With our move back to the US I stopped homeschooling the kids and was no longer offering workshops, so I signed up for a few classes last autumn and even more … Continue reading
The last month has been a whirlwind! Except for me, everyone in my family has been sick at some point. From colds and coughs to serious issues requiring hospitalisation and surgery. We’re not quite back on track yet, the house … Continue reading
My friend Lara has added new photos to her collection. Aren’t they stunning? Mi amiga Lara ha añadido fotos a su colección. ¿No son preciosas?
The end of 2013 was quiet for the blog but I was busy at school being inspired and motivated by my teachers and students. There is something special about working with others, be they novices or experts and I think … Continue reading
I don’t do very well with bugs so I’m having a tough time with the huge quantities flying around Connecticut due to the heat and humidity. I love it here but it is at these times that I am thankful … Continue reading
I’ve never been particularly interested in roses but this neighbourhood is jam packed full of them and I can’t help but admire them. Even past their prime there is beauty in them. Nunca me han interesado mucho las rosas, pero en … Continue reading
I haven’t been crafting much, though I hope to share some of what I have been up to soon. What I have been doing a lot of, which is very rare for me, is a lot of cooking. Made easy … Continue reading
I don’t own a macro lens so I was excited to read about this fun technique on Alisa Burke’s blog. I have tried it out and loved it and just signed up to take the full course. Here are some … Continue reading
I have been following my friend, Lara Ginhson’s, film and photography career from afar. We met in London many years ago and and seem to chase each other around the world, very rarely coinciding. She just emailed me to say … Continue reading
The beautiful Magnolias that line the New York Avenues were one of the highlights of my trip. I couldn’t stop photographing them. Las preciosas magnolias a lo largo de las avenidas neoyorquinas fueron una de las cosas más memorables del … Continue reading
I love how much nature my sister has chosen to bring in to her homes. She studied interior design at Parsons and although some of these photos remind me of the perfectly manicured houses you see in magazines, you definitely feel … Continue reading
I found these beautiful collections at Mar‘s home: Ojos de Santa Lucia (operculum) and sea urchins. Encontré estas preciosas colecciones en casa de Mar: Ojos de Santa Lucia (operculum) y erizos de mar. Colecciones que nos han inspirado a las … Continue reading
I was supposed to be playing football but one of these leaves caught my eye and I got completely sidetracked searching for more of them on the side of the field. They look so delicate but are surprisingly robust. It … Continue reading
I fell in love with this succulent a few years ago and went back to visit recently! Each rosette is very small, no more than 3 or 4 cms across. Me enamoré de esta suculenta hace unos años y volví … Continue reading
At Torrente de Pareis I haven’t had much time for blogging recently but I do have some photos taken of calmer days that I will be sharing when I just don’t have time to write a full post! No he … Continue reading
Yesterday we visited Sa Calobra. It may be all those windy roads (more than 800 twists and turns from Palma) that caused such a wonky photo, but at the end of the day it was a pleasure to enjoy these … Continue reading
I’ve been playing around with leaves recently! Some, like these, are very simple, while others a little more intricate. He estado jugando con hojas! Algunas, como estas, son muy simples, mientras que otras un poco más detalladas.