Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Stills: A Weekly Collection








 1.Domestic scenes. A rarity where my kitchen is not covered in bread crumbs and junk.

2. We spend a beautiful evening at one of the local beaches celebrating our bother's 30th birthday. Cool breeze, a setting summer sun and ice cold beers made for the perfect escape from reality.

3. A little snippet from some craft projects i've been working on with Chief and Kewpie and Woolf and Cotton. You'll be seeing more on the blog pretty soon.

4. My two favourite things- Dave in the kitchen and flickering evening light on my walls. Okay, so not really my TWO favourite things, but Dave in the kitchen is pretty ace.

5. I've been really naughty and keep pinching my Autumn/Winter samples for Bohemian Traders and wearing them… you know, everywhere.

6. I could do a daily study of the food stuffs on my floor. Watermelon, sultana and rice noodles… i think?!

7. Sunflowers by the front gates.

8. We had the absolute pleasure of hosting The Artist As Family last night. These guys are travelling around our sunburnt country on bikes - part of a performance piece they're creating. You really must follow their adventures on their blog.



16 comments:

  1. Always enjoy the glimpse into your week - love the photo your floor...keeping it real Em !! Mine would have a bit more dog and cat fur on it though ;)

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  2. Great pics...thanks for sharing the Artist as Family blog...so fascinating xxx

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  3. I'm loving the black kitchen bench tops...and the colour of that sunflower!

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  4. I just love those gorgeous tiles you have in your kitchen! x

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  5. husband in the kitchen is always good!
    gorgeous sunflower too
    off to check the artist blog
    have a great week

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  6. I love the photo of Dave in the kitchen the outline and the small light on the walls.........beautifully captured oh yes, and having a hubby in the kitchen always an added bonus!!! Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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  7. Pretty material in yor bohemian traders pants !

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  8. Thanks for link to Artist as Family I am fascinated and inspired by their journey as we will be hitting the road in May and I will be home-schooling River (eeek! slightly nervous about that), we will be travelling in the luxury of a car though! No pedal power for us. X ps I love the Love on Elke's face what a beautiful moment you've captured.

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  9. Who else could photograph the destruction from feeding kids and come up with such a gorgeous image?

    I'm quite partial to my man in the kitchen too - makes him even more attractive in the bedroom, right?! x

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  10. Somehow your food bits on the floor look artistic...mine? Just MESSY!! And my kids are nearly fully grown - well, they're 12, 10 & 8, that's fully grown right?

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  11. I love your kitchen tiles! And my floor looks pretty much like yours too - as soon as it is swept and mopped it ends up messy almost immediately :-)

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  12. Thanks for the link to the Artist As Family blog! I've been following these amazing folks on insty but so good to read more. What a family! It must have been ace to have them in your home. xx

    p.s. the family pic they took of you guys - you look positively gorgeous!

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  13. Our vacuum cleaner just broke, so our floor looks like this - only worse! And I'm past caring. Kellie xx

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  14. Your floor is similar to my own. There's almost always another meal down there!

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  15. Hey Em,
    Thanks for hosting stills for another week. There's nothing better than a man in the kitchen. You're one lucky lady.
    Have a beautiful week. Melinda x

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  16. Love your stills form this week and i would wear the samples from Bohemian Traders as well and thank you for sharing The artist as family I will have a read.

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em