I hope you enjoy wearing them anonymous buyers!!!
I hope you enjoy wearing them anonymous buyers!!!
Many many many thanks to Caysnco for purchasing a mounted print of
It’s been a terrific week, and Adam you topped it off! I’d love everyone to check out Caysnco’s work, particularly his black and whites, although This one is my favourite.
I’ve been very lucky this week- thankyou to everyone who has commented and featured my work this week!! I’ve been working on photos of my gorgeous niece Emma, who is not too shy of the camera, and have had a heap of fun learning new techniques! I also got back to doing what I love- story telling through photos taken whilst travelling!
Thanks to Annie Curry for her help with Cutie McCutie Pie. Her portraits and travel shots are simply beautiful. What are you waiting for? Check it out!!
Many thanks have to go to Maureen Maliha for her…
I’ve added my first buyers booth photo, showing off the card i bought from Annie Curry
Annie takes the most delightful portraits, and has some beautiful travel photography. If you haven’t seen her work already, I really suggest you check it out!
Thankyou to everyone who has been commenting and writing to me for the last couple of weeks- your patience with my non, or late replies has been wonderful! I’ve not been well for a while, and am hopefully getting back on my feet now, so should be back into the swing of things shortly!
There have been a few features in my absence!!!! To which I am grateful!
Big Blue Eyes of a Princess was featured in Love for your Children along with One to make you smile (one of my favourite keepsake photos by the way, its nice to know others like it too!)
Saturday Afternoon at the Monkey Temple was featured in All Street Portraiture and Photography- a great honour, as there is such brilliant work there!
A beautiful Life was featured in Fabulous Ts- how exciting!
Thankyou to the hosts of Nepal-Urban …
It seems that a number of my images have been mistakenly deleted from my page, and therefore have been missing from my calendars as well. Apologies as I sort through the mess and hurry to upload those that featured in calendars. Obviously they’ve been uploaded before, so apologies if this disturbs your own sorting through new works!!!
On a lighter note… There was a man who entered a local newspaper’s pun contest. He sent in 10 different puns, in the hope at least one of the puns would win…
… Unfortunately no pun in 10 did.
Landscapes, colours and a great insight into the differing aspects of Australia- he is just one of those photographers who has an eye for everything Hopefully we’ll be seeing a lot more of his work on here
“Old and Rusty” I’d love you to take a look!
I went out for a walk on my neighbour’s property yesterday and found all sorts of treasures hidden in the trees and in an old shed – very neatly kept old shed I might add!
I found a whole heap of stuff that’s been there for who knows how long- and I had a lot of fun playing around!
Two photos have been featured in Old and Rusty
and the Ovaltine Tin
It’s been a good day :)
Thankyou to everyone who voted for the poor little boy being wheeled around on the back of a bike by his sister, in a temple in Cambodia. It means a lot to me!
Annie Curry has put together a selection of gorgeous (yes that’s my most used describing word) images for the calendar “A monument to love”
No doubt you’ll absolutely fall in love with the rest of her images too, that is, if you aren’t already aware of just how amazing she is!!!
Check it out!
I want to invite you all to check out the t-shirt I’ve made for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month
50% of profits will be going to the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation
Thanks alot for your support, and don’t forget to think pink!
Thankyou to whoever bought 6 cards and 3 calendars this morning!!! What a wonderful surprise for a Friday morning!
I’ve been without my camera since July.
I’m so disappointed to be paying as much as I need to get it back. The repairs actually cost more than a new body!!! (it’s only a 400d for goodness sake!) But I’m really motivated to take photos- especially locally. Believe it or not, I’m actually from Australia- not Cambodia or Nepal!
Hopefully I’ll have my dear-friend back next week! Wish me luck!!!
It’s turning into summer here in my part of the world and I thought I’d celebrate by adding a photo of my sister in law going nuts in the river where we live! Krazy Karzy is in the photo FEATURED by Watersports!!!
Also featured this week are “A bicycle built for two” in The Human Condition
and… “Glaciers Rock!!” in Mountains Across the Globe [geddit…Glaciers…rock… ???]
Oh, and I’m very happy that I’ve finally figured out how to make a t-shirt, I never have enough, so I’m going to go crazy making them!
Thankyou everyone for all of your kind comments this week, I’m so thankful for a great bunch of RB mates!!! I have been selling some calendars this week so fully advise anyone who hasn’t made one…
Would love to hear your thoughts!
Mr Oldmeadow, your calendar :o)
Thankyou to Mountains across the Globe who featured “Ama Dablam”
and to THE SISTERHOOD who featured “A life lived well”
AND to The “Affection” group for featuring “Mother and Daughter”
Oh! And I sold 3 calendars this week- 2 of Cambodia
and one of Nepal
Thankyou so much people!
I have just put together two new calendars:
I hope you like them, it’s difficult choosing 13 images!
Wow- It’s been a busy couple of weeks since I’ve joined redbubble and I’m a bit overwhelmed really!
Thankyou to “The Woman Photographer” group for featuring Where the light comes in
And to B&W-Character-People Shots for featuring The Khumjung Kid
Where the light comes in was featured on the art page today!
What a nice surprise for a Monday morning!
Thankyou to “Southeast Asia” group for featuring Dreaming
and to the Buddha group for featuring Gateway to Namche
Wow- privileged! Some beautiful shots in this group, highly recommend taking a look to inspire. AND…they featured " A friendly Smile". Thankyou!!!
Very excited as Saturday afternoon at the Monkey Temple
was featured in Street Photography and Photojournalism Group!
I was very surprised and excited to be featured on the redbubble homepage on my first day with “Saturday Afternoon at the Monkey Temple”
I’m really enjoying looking around and meeting some great photographers- and invite you to view my growing body of work, most of which is centered on people encountered while travelling.
I hope you enjoy it!