I am in love with the worn out texture of these roots! the Phal orchids I have are so funny with their old-man roots and glossy fresh leaves.
A couple of weeks ago, my brilliant sister brought quail eggs over that she had picked up from an Asian grocer.
This tiny eggs have an incredible speckled pattern, and some even have a blueish tinge inside the shell. Lovely!
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I have resumed learning to paint with watercolours. One of the things I love most, is the beautiful translucent tint of the water as your rinse your brushes. Too pretty!
alright, this is a summer purchase that’s just too good not to share. … ta-da!
this little desk fan was an impulse buy from Home Sense that I’m extremely pleased with. The fan is made by J. Hunt & Company and cost less than $40 at Home Sense.
ah, stayin’ cool in style feels good.
on Wednesday I posted about my love of macro photography and how it can capture the details we might otherwise miss. well, I enjoyed the textures I saw in my surroundings so much I snapped up a few more. I hope you enjoy!
do any of you love macro too? do you use a macro lens, or just play with a kit lens like me? I’d love to know!