Anyway, Anglesea seems cruisy and nice, with plenty of lovely locals (including a group of primary school kids!) stopping to help me search for the diamond on Saturday evening, and I loved visiting one of the Mill Markets in Geelong on the way home! Sienna got a couple of dress-up items, plus some bargain rollerskates for when she grows out of her current ones in a couple of years. I also got her a pair of jeans that look slim fit enough to stay on her skinny little behind, LOL. Oh, and a vintage tie for Ash. He really pulls off the vintage look, bow ties and braces, stuff like that. Cute boy.
Actually I was really happy about Sienna's dress-ups she found, as I had been planning on entering all the Canon Photo5 briefs but had trouble with my 'sequins and low light' idea. One of Sienna's finds was a $5 sequin top that she wore as a dress, which suited my photo idea perfectly :) The deadline was the next day, so it was awesome timing.
I'd already done the first brief 'Foam and bubbles' and I've since completed the next brief - 'powder and fast shutter speed'. 'Ribbon and panning' and 'through a pet's eyes' are still whirring around in my mind, but I haven't got any specific concepts yet.
On Friday I will be at the ProBlogger Training Day in Melbourne, yay! Even though my mind is so not there yet (I have been so tired this week), I just know I will be inspired and reinvigorated by the day. I'm an old-fashioned notebook and paper kind of girl, and will be busily people-watching when I'm not taking notes. If you see me there, feel free to say hi :) I'm hoping to wear my new Anthropologie top that just arrived (above). I've got a thing for yellow lately.