Transmogrify – change form grotesquely or to change the appearance or form of something, especially in a grotesque or bizarre way. I think that the horseradish and onion were in the process of transmogrification!
Recently I saw a post by a fellow blogger (sorry that I can’t remember your name) but they highlighted a new app called waterlogue that automatically converts photos into watercolour style images. I am trialling a copy of it at present and having fun with it. Here is an example of what it can do :). The software is a bit flaky (or it could be me!) and I am learning through trial and […]
This time of the year the afternoon sun really lights up the living area in my home. Here is my selection for this week’s photo challenge.
What can be more LOCAL than our local paper with the real estate lift-out? Well, technically we have two local papers but this one is the better of the two (no bias of course!)
My selection for this week’s photo challenge demonstrates what can happen if we get too much H2O. These photos were taken some time ago at Fitzroy Crossing in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
The weather forecast for today sounded promising so we headed out to Meelup Beach for a picnic and checked out the new whale watching platform at Point Picquet We soaked up the peace and serenity of the place.
On Friday I went to a Wildflower Exhibition held by the Busselton Uniting Church. This was its 91st exhibition! And what a good show of flowers that had on display, including many native orchids! I couldn’t resist putting them all on display in one post :).
A few items that have special memories for me …