as each week passes, i begin to feel more and more ‘myself’. each time i feel a creative urge, or generally feel like doing anything that isn’t sleeping, eating or binging tv shows is a step up in the deep tunnel i dug myself into. i feel like a flower that had gone into dormancy, and now i’m slowly coming back to bloom. read this post
snapshots of my week – 23rd february was last modified: 10:00 by laura redburn
can’t believe i’ve left it so long to share these here. the honest reason is that i thought i already had. whoops!
this is an exciting one! in october last year, liv of what olivia did contacted me to make a couple of collage pieces for her newly redesigned blog. of course i was instantly in!
olivia wanted something feminine, slightly handmade looking that vaguely showcased topics shared on her blog. initially she wanted something just for her about page so most of my time was spent on that. she thought a small collage would also fit well on her front page alongside her intro blurb too. read this post
collages for what olivia did | new work was last modified: 08:00 by laura redburn
i’ve been a real convert to oatcakes over these past few gluten free years. gluten free bread still isn’t that good, and the only ones (that i’ve tried) that i will happily eat on a semi regular basis are genius and marks & spencers own. they’re almost comparable to ‘normal’ bread! i still need to try and make my own…
but in the meantime, as a bit of a crunch lover, oatcakes have been a welcome fixture for snacking and small meals. i typically go for the plain nairns oatcakes (pictured above) but was sent some of their super seeded ones to try too. the only reason i don’t have a picture of them instead is because they went so quickly, whoops! but a good sign, right? read this post
nairns oatcakes | gluten free reviews was last modified: 10:30 by laura redburn
i feel like i need to preface this by saying this is by no means a ‘proper’ review, and just some rambling from a person who loves cameras and taking photos. also, had it been a warmer, less windy day and i’d not been getting over an ankle injury, i would have ventured further for some more interesting photos.
it took me a while to do so, but after realising i barely used or took my DSLR out anymore, i decided to finally sell it and get a mirrorless camera.
so here we are. goodbye 650d, hello olympus e-m10! it took me a long time to do this, as well as to decide what mirrorless camera to get. once that was decided, the lens was an easy decision! read this post
first photos with the olympus e-m10 & panasonic 25mm 1.7 lens was last modified: 08:00 by laura redburn