Monkey Matters – a photographic journey.

I’ve been going through some photos today for an exhibition.

I came across these and I forgot how much I enjoyed the experience. We were in Thailand visiting a Fishing village and our guide took us into the mangroves to feed the monkeys. I took hundreds of photos, most of them made me laugh, but here are just a few.

The journal of a traveling quilter.

I have to say it’s rare to be able to go over the day to day things one has done 12 years ago. My friend Joan is now quite old (late eighties) and I’ve not seen her for many years, It’s so sad, I loved her dearly, but aggressive age took over and she became another person.

I broke the record – a small quilt pattern to share.

The South Australian Quilt Guild have a yearly Country Forum. It was held in the Ballroom at the Burnside Community centre. Excited car and bus loads of gals came from all over the State. The idea is to involve the country folk in the guild functions. Maxine Smith (el Presidente ) held the floor and Sandy Jones and her band of helpers, cooked, prepared goody bags and worked exceedingly hard to make this a day to be remembered.

Travel tales. – The stories.

I’ve been blogging for 15 years now. I decided to put my writings into a book form, and its grown and grown. I decided to add it to the blog format I write now. It begins in 2005 in Tasmania. Some of you will find yourselves as participants of the journey.

Photographing at Asilomar.

I’ve visited Asilomar for the past 5 years, however, this year I took the opportunity to take a few images to share with my friends.