Clare Colins

Dorrigo, Australia

Clare, a photographic artist, lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW. She sees the world both vast and microscopic through the eyes of her...

Journal

Japan

The series you might be seeing of images taken in Japan were not taken by me.
They were taken by a good friend of mine on her iPhone while she was in Japan recently.

She asked me to edited them for her, a bit of cropping, white balance, straightening, shadow and highlight corrections etc.

I thought them such good images I wanted to share with you and also make them available to her on various items so that she may remember what she saw for ever.

Many thanks for looking and for you wonderful comments. She will be so happy.
Clare

Sold - to 14 different people

In one month.
Oh wow..just received the RB paid into my PayPal account email.
Happy happy

I sold a phone case, a travel mug, some T shirts, some Sweatshirts, some cards, a notebook and an ipad cover.

Best month so far in the 8 years I’ve been with RB!
Thanks so much to the many buyers in many countries.

May the buyers feel love everytime they wear/use/write upon/drink out of/send the items with my images upon them. Clare x

International Sales of many different items

In January I sold 3 T shirts, 2 bags, a phone case and a notebook.
I’ve sold to people in Germany, Mexico, Australia and the US.
RB really is an international site these days.

Well done RB and many many, thanks to those who have bought fabulous products with my images on them.

Thanks so much to those of you sending congratulatory messages.
You are my RB family!

By the first week of February I’d also sold, with the image, ‘look up and up and up’, a few more t shirts, a laptop sleeve, a travel mug, some cards and a poster.

How wonderful to have our wearable/useable work out there, in different countries.
I am very happy!

Sold 20 cards

An anonymous user from Unumgar, Australia bought these cards

the poppy seed eater
glass
A horse called Meggs
Horse Silhouette
something to crow about
broken dreams lost in time
Pieris Rapae
sunshine on a violin
a dying rose
The barn on the way into Bello
a cocky little rooster
Time stood still
metallica
Poppy Pod
Afternoon Tea
The wood draws trees – Reflecting the Nature it was
Evening at the Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival
Toulouse the Goose was Thirsty
Frosty Dorrigo Morning in June
a cabbage moth on a sage leaf

Card sale

Many thanks to the anonymous user from Dunbogan, Australia, for buying these cards today.

Nighttime in the Kitchen – Spotlight on Cumquat Jam
Someone was here before me
simply stunning
Madame Butterfly

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