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Abajo Peaks and December Sky Reflection

Early evening at sunset in early winter, December 1st. The snow covered Abajo Mountains, which the locals usually call the Blue Mountains or merely “The Blues” look small in this ultra wide angle panoramic composition. 44 more words



20×20 / 7.9″

20×20 cm / 7,9″

20×20 cm / 7,9″

Aurora Borealis, or The Northern Light, never stops to fascinate me, she shows herself  in a new dress every time, dancing over the dark night skies, always looking great! 45 more words


Mordheim: Brightening up the ruins

Another couple of classic GW card and plastic ruins.

Very dark inside ! You can easily lose miniatures in here.

And boring outside.

This ruin is actually from the WHFB 6th edition starter set. 131 more words


Tuesdays of Texture : Week 44

There is a lot of different texture in this shot of County Waterford and the Knockmealdown Mountains, (even the name is full of texture!)    The heather in the foreground is dying back, with not many purple flowers visible now, and this contrasts with the forest down below, and the farms and hills in the distance. 40 more words


Sorry to be so scarce!!!

Well, here I go again being too busy to pay my blog much attention.  We did something so fun today I just had to share! 211 more words

Non Quilting Pictures

Rise of the Hunter's Moon

Last Saturday brought the Full Moon for October. Folklore has it that, though it probably has several names, the most accepted one is that it’s the Hunter’s Moon. 224 more words