Close up from “La Casita”, a miniature (dollhouse) I did some years ago inspired by our real home in Baja, Mexico. The house was for a contest. I didn’t have a doll in the photographs I entered but at some point later on I came across a doll who seemed to fit, so in she went. I was told later by a friend, “Hey! That’s you!” So I suppose it is! She’s hard at work out there… must be working on a novel or a photo book… not too certain how she’s doing with the wine, but they don’t call it Margaritaville for nothing. LOL
This adobe home and nearly everything in it was handmade. The serapi table cloth is from a belt. I collected all the shells along the beach while I was living there. And they’re so tiny, I had to use a pair of tweezers just to put them into place. The vase is a bead and the typewriter is approx. 1/2" in length.
Actually I had a computer and a printer and I used it for our menus and brochures (we owned a bar and grill). No internet connection though – that came later on in 2004 – so for that, we had to go to town and use the Internet Cafe.
Taken with my Canon Rebel XTi.