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A potters hands working clay on the wheel. Taken just west of Stanthorpe during the Art in the Woolshed event.
Canon EOS 400DCanon EF 50mm lens
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art in the woolshed, clay, hands, jordan miscamble, potter, queensland, sepia, spinning wheel, stanthorpe
How wonderful! Thank you very much Isa.
– Jordan Miscamble
Thanks Baska. I appreciate your visit.
Congratulations on your feature.
Looks in motion – like a video. Fantastic..
It is…I don’t know how he could work with wet hands…it was so cold that day. Thanks for visiting Bree!
Nice capture. Really good detail.
Cheers NawfalNur! I appreciate the visit.
Hi Wendy, thanks for your comments!
A nice start to the weekend! Many thanks for the feature Lucinda.
Congratulations on your FEATURE! This is an instant favorite….LOVE IT … Co-Host: All Around The Styles!
Thank you very much ArtistJD, for the kind comments and fave!
Hi Duncan! Thanks for the comment and fave!
lovely Jordon, my mum was a potter, this brings back lotsa memories for me!!
Thank you for popping in Jenny, i appreciate the visit.
My father did pottery when I was younger.