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Lonely Chimney Stack (Kalgoorlie to Ora Banda)

This is a watercolour sketch painted from a photo I took earlier this year of a lone chimney stack somewhere on an dirt road between Kalgoorlie and Ora Banda. 69 more words

De Atramentis Archive Ink

Intramuros, Manila

Why do we need to travel in historical sites? Because travelling is more vivid than the pages you read in history books. Historical travel can help history come alive. 554 more words

Inspirational Castlerigg

I’ve been considering using this set of pictures in a post for a while now. With one of them being used for this week’s FFfAWs… 299 more words


Back in Action...

Well it has been a couple weeks since our last post. Apologies, I was on vacation last week so I did not get a chance to post the pictures from the previous weeks collection. 254 more words


Riverside - The Farnsley-Moremen Landing

Hello! We went to Riverside – The Farnsley Moremen Landing. It was a great place. On the first floor there are 2 doors in the same room. 235 more words

Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines

Vigan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  “Vigan is an exceptionally intact and well-preserved example of a European trading town in East and Southeast Asia. The architecture is truly reflective of its roots in both materials and design, in its fusion of Asian building design and construction with European colonial architecture and planning.” 266 more words


Summer update.

Back in Norway for a little while to visit family and friends, enjoy the (normally brilliant) Norwegian summer, earn some kroners and create work for the HIP Fest in October. 277 more words