Tuesday, July 29, 2014

WIN a Wacom Intuos Pen + Touch Tablet with Pen & Peplum!

I'm so excited to be sharing a fantastic giveaway with you today! It's Miranti's birthday, so to celebrate, a group of bloggers have chipped in to give one of you an amazing present. Sounds good, right? The prize is a Wacom Intuos Pen + Touch tablet. If you're a designer, or edit images a lot, this tool is a game-changer. Many moons ago when I first tried a tablet in place of a mouse, I was dubious, but honestly, it's indispensable. I use mine every single day, even for non-creative tasks like web browsing and email.

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Here are the details:

+ the giveaway will run for two weeks until midnight on the 12th August 2014 (AEST).

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+ once the giveaway is over, a winner will be chosen at random and will be contacted for further details.

+ And yes, this giveaway is open to international readers.

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Colour Me... Magenta

We had an unintended hiatus from Colour Me last month, but today, Kyla from Kyla Is Inspired and are back with a post based around a colour theme. Today we are dreaming in Magenta. It was actually a little challenging to find that right shade of shocking pink, but I think I did ok :)

You can visit the previous posts under the Colour Me tag. Don't forget to pop on over to Kyla Is Inspired to see her collection too! My feature image this month is the perfect hair colour in illustrated form! Magenta Hair by chorkung via Behance.

Main Image | Magenta Hair by chorkung via Behance

1 | Kester Black Tutti Frutti Nail Polish
2 | Pendant Lamp Fabric Cord
3 | Ombré Tights in Electric
4 | Lace V-Neck Skater Dress
5 | 80's Vintage Shirt
6 | Jasart Right Pack Backpack


Sunday, July 27, 2014

Weekend Links v.14

If you know a cat that needs a little exercise *cough cough* check out this take on a cat-sized hamster wheel! The kickstarter is funded well beyond it's target, so I suspect Maggie isn't the only kitty with a generous girth.

A fascinating look at the culture of Eskimos in the photo series developed over 20 years.

My list of things that I'd like to see and do in Japan in November is growing to an unmanageable length! First, I found a cafe that serves Pikachu burgers. Second, Jacquie turned me on to High Tea at the Park Hyatt. I think the High Tea edges up the list, especially since I can sneak a drink in the New York Bar afterwards.

Mill Street Vintage stocks the most incredible collection of 50's dresses!

Any creators out there? Bloggers? Born hatin': Why some people dislike everything.

What a great collection of sweet and unique cards + stationary.

Ten ways travel changed my life forever.

Bethany has provided a really thorough look at growing your Pinterest following.

These crispy autumn veg burgers with apple cider slaw are delish!

26 time management hacks I wish I'd known at 20.


Friday, July 25, 2014

Found #104

If I wore these cicada wing earrings, I'd probably freak out every time the wing brushed on my neck, and cause a huge spectacle. But it would probably be worth it because they are beautiful and the general public could have a good giggle at me too...

It's been a really long time since I featured something from Petit Mort, and they are still coming up with killer jewellery! I love the tangled crochet chains that they create around the stones.

Oh foxes. So naughty, so sly and so cute (unless they're in The Mighty Boosh, in which case they are the most terrifying thing, ever) As the article states, they are one of the most charismatic creatures and photographer Roeselien Raimond has captured them in their full glory.

Of A Kind have done it again! I rarely see something on their site that I dislike. These earrings are a classic OAK selection. Simple, minimal, but not boring!
via: Of A Kind

Spotted on Eat Drink Chic: The most colourful, fun chocolates! Plus balloons and all manner of celebratory knick-knacks. Unelefante are based in Mexico and they're bringing the colour to your life! 

Here's to a nice weekend! Think of me and my 9am Monday deadline, okay?


Thursday, July 24, 2014

Instagram Challenge | July Colour Inspiration

Well hello you! I hope your week is coming along nicely! Since July is screaming by, it's high time that we had a little colour inspiration roundup for those of us participating in the #kittyandbuckcolor challenge. July's colour is turquoise, which is just everywhere, from the water to a pretty wall, your nails (?) and tonnes of other things. If you spot something turquoise in your wanders, take a pic and tag it with #kittyandbuckcolor. I'll be featuring my favourites at the end of the month. You can see the original announcement post here. Below are some of my favourite turquoise pics spotted recently:

1 | Amanda Howard
2 | Kenkō Kitchen
3 | Petrina Turner
4 | Hideaki Hamada
5 | Lauren Von Grimm
6 | Hello Sandwich

I hope to see your shots in the feed!


Tuesday, July 22, 2014


MAKING the best birthday cake three times! Once with chocolate frosting and twice with blueberry compote and mascarpone cream. Enough sugar for a whole year.

COOKING - aside from cake, you mean? These sweet potato quinoa cakes with blackberry salsa are the best.

DRINKING copious amounts of coffee

WATCHING a plethora of 80's teen movies.

READING Japanese language textbooks, Amrita by Banana Yoshimoto, Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut and a pile of others.

WANTING a day off

LOOKING like I need a haircut. Real bad.

STARTING to book our final days of the Japan adventure in November.

OBSESSED with my big fluffy quilt.

ENJOYING working from home on these cold days!

PLAYING everything in Japanese - vocab games, writing games and podcasts.

WAITING patiently for my pre-order of the Twin Peaks remastered blu-ray to arrive

WONDERING where we will take the Ford Kuga Titanium next!? Any requests?

LOVING the cherry blossoms that adorn our house right now (they're almost gone, so sad)

WEARING fleece lined leggings all day, every day.

FOLLOWING my inbox right now. I've neglected all other communication with the outside world unfortunately.

NOTICING my breath fogging the air.

THINKING constantly about the to-do list in my brain. It's becoming quite overwhelming and I feel bad when I let people down by not doing enough, fast enough. Sigh.

GRATEFUL for my nocturnal foot companion, Nico (the black cat - aka My Pal Foot Foot for any Shaggs fans out there) ❤
Thanks to Miranti for the inspiration for the format of this post!


Sunday, July 20, 2014

Weekend Links v.13


This lakes and ocean infographic is fascinating. I need to know what is inside the door that James Cameron found at the bottom ;)

I Love Mona has 20% off all summer stock! Loving this handmade pineapple and parrot print dress!

Lisa has some great tips to improve your website in just 15 minutes

I must have one of these sleep mask pillows!

Are there any other Ray Bradbury fans out there?

These daily rituals of happy and successful people are fantastic. Imagine if everyone lived this way.

In case you missed it on Kitty & Buck:

I hope you've had a wonderful week! I have several work projects on the go right now, so I apologise for having less posts than usual. I'm going to try and be more organised this week!


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Market Dreams

I have some really exciting news for you today, and I can't believe I didn't spill the beans earlier. You may have noticed the little button in my sidebar that proclaims my inclusion in the Top 40 Beauty & Lifestyle Bloggers for the Kidspot Voices of 2014 campaign? Well, I'm extremely humbled to say that I've been chosen to participate in the "Paint The Town Ford" challenge! For the past couple of weeks, I've been cruising around town in a brand new Ford Kuga Titanium, which I must say, is quite a step up from "Arnie", my little Mazda who is missing the door handles and has at least 3000 spiders living on him (I still love you Arnie!) Over the next month or so, I'll be taking the Kuga out on some adventures, snapping tonnes of photos, and having an all around nice time with my new ride.

For our first adventure, my pal Vanessa and I headed into Eveleigh Farmer's Markets, which is located in Carriageworks. If you're not familiar with the location, let me set the scene... All the way back in the mid-century, my grandfather worked here as a railway man! The building is heritage listed and it is the original workshop where Sydney train carriages were built from the 1880's through to the 1970's. While not as grand, it does remind me of an Australian version of Gare du Nord in Paris, with it's high ceiling, arched windows and industrial interior (the brick walls are incredible). The workshops have now been transformed into an arts hub, with everything from fashion week to theatre productions showing within it's walls.

I dragged myself out of bed on a Saturday at 7am (unheard of) in preparation for some farmer's market goodness. These markets have been going on for some time, but I've never quite been motivated enough to make it before. The grand hall was bustling with folk stocking up on breakfast, organic produce and farm fresh cheese, meat and flowers. But our first stop: Caffeine. Very important.

Once we'd warmed our hands on the paper coffee cups, it was time for a wander. We were both amazed at how many dogs were in attendance! Every shape and size, they trotted alongside their owners, oblivious to the masses of people. There was even a doggy treat stand selling organic dog biscuits.

A little further along, there was quite a crowd at the dumpling bar. I have no problem with eating dumplings for breakfast, but was a little surprised to see so many people on the same wavelength, until I spotted the famous chef Kylie Kwong cooking up a storm. No dumplings for me today, but I'll come mentally prepared for a dumpling breakfast next time.

The best thing about organic markets is discovering new and unusual fruit and vegetables. I've never seen brussels sprouts on a stalk before! I also discovered a stand selling bush tomatoes and another with Rosella cordial. In the end I stuck to a few staples, unwaxed granny smith apples, rainbow chard, leeks and beetroot. At the mushroom stall, I was tempted to make some kind of incredible Asian stir-fry, but it was too early in the morning for adventurous thinking and we opted for some Portobellos instead (they made amazing burgers!) We picked up some lavender, poppies, succulents and jonquils to spruce up our homes. Finally, there was an emergency stop at the Sonoma stand for some of their incredible bread. Vanessa: Spelt Rye. Me: Spelt Fruit Loaf.

With the shopping done, we made a beeline for the seats under the gas heater and scarfed down (ahem, daintily nibbled) some freshly made crepes. We headed back to the car and I tested out one of the best features, the hands free, key free boot (trunk) opening. A simple kick under the rear bumper tells the motion sensor that I want in, and because the key is in range, it opens automatically. I recommend amazing the general public by proclaiming "Open Sesame" while you do it.

Our haul safely stashed, we enjoyed the gorgeous sunny day that had emerged from the wintery morning and headed back home. Eveleigh Farmers Markets was so much fun, I'll definitely be back. I have my eye on the Billy Kwong stand and also spotted a Pho stall that I wouldn't mind checking out too. There's nothing better than a farmer's market visit on a weekend morning! I may have found myself a new habit.


Tuesday, July 15, 2014

My Top Five Email Subscription Lists

The last thing most people need (or want) is more email. It's hard to know which email lists are worth signing up to when everyone offers one, and they all seem quite interesting on the surface. I've selected five of my favourites that have stood the test of time in my inbox. These cover inspiration, industry news, education, small business tips and creativity.

I love this list. There are a lot of articles centered around UX/UI design, but there is also a wealth of information shared that is relevant to all creative fields and beyond. I have found some really excellent links through this email, and some new websites that I visit on the regular. You can subscribe to the email and choose 'every day', 'twice a week' or 'once a week' to suit your email's dietary requirements.

Wordsmith - A Word A Day
Any vocabulary nerds out there? I wonder how much I retain, but it's fascinating to receive a new word in my inbox each day. It comes with a definition, a quick discussion on the etymology of the word and a real-world example of the word in use. Each week generally has a theme that the daily word follows.

Delancey Place
A daily email that contains a noteworthy excerpt from a book or speech. It's quite American-centric and often contains political, cultural, scientific and historical tidbits. You'll get anything from an article on Einstein to a study on how babies learn, to why the internet was invented. My favourite thing is being surprised by the subject matter each day and reading something you may not otherwise come across. If you love the excerpt, there's always a link to the full text so you can purchase the book as well.

Run by the folks behind the "Webbys", it's a fantastic source for finding websites and apps that are noteworthy, new and useful. It's a great place to discover the sites that are creating an impact in the web/app industry, before everyone else discovers them!

Create and Thrive
This list is run by Jess, the successful jewellery designer behind Epheriell. Aside from being a sweet lady, she is full of information about running a successful handmade/creative business, covering everything from pricing, photography, social media and tonnes more.

I am certain there are many more lists I could include on here. I do like the variety on this list, you get a little bit of everything from all of these email lists! Please feel free share your favourites in the comments, I'm always on the lookout for more quality reading.


Monday, July 14, 2014

Weekend Links v.12

How to start a business with a friend - and actually remain friends.

The toughest thing about this list of day trips from Tokyo is deciding which of these incredible places to visit!

5 tips for creating your own photo library for your blog.

The benefits of blue sky thinking.

If anyone is in paradise, take a picture and add it to the July #kittyandbuckcolor challenge, ok?

This incredible sweet treat looks like a giant droplet of water!

Ugh, as if! Actually... best reproduction outfit ever.

Cute tropical backpack, perfect for summer hiking adventures!

You're not alone: 97% of all freelancers have worked more hours on a project than they have costed for.

Escaping the time-scarcity trap.

I watched this again tonight. So good. We also did two rounds of this one! A single viewing wasn't enough!

In case you missed it on Kitty & Buck:
Instagram Challenge | June Favourites
Make, Eat, Embellish, Think v.08
Instagram Challenge | July Color Announcement
Found #103


Saturday, July 12, 2014

Found #103

Last weekend I baked two cakes... Obviously my cooking utensils were not used to such frenzied attention and I managed to snap a handle off my vintage measuring cup. After allowing a small tear to roll down my cheek, I found a suitable replacement, courtesy of Etsy. May my bright orange plastic half-a-cup rest in peace.

ModCloth recently ran a great sale with 50% off a bunch of items. They're now offering a small selection of plus sized dresses for 50-70% for a limited time. I love this Curious Columnist Dress from Dear Creatures! So sweet.

via: ModCloth

Nicolas Delort creates these amazing artworks using a reverse technique, first painting a surface black, then revealing details by etching away the paint to reveal the white base. I especially like this work because C used this technique to great effect for much of his early illustration work when we first met. It takes a special kind of visualisation to make this work!

If there's one thing Etsy has done that I absolutely love, it's creating a place where I can find some of the most unique and interesting handmade goods without spending all of my money traveling to the best artist markets all around the world! I love this amethyst cuff from Los Angeles!

via: LuxDivine

I feel like I should apologise for sharing more blankets from Texturable Decor, but I'm not really sorry. I can't get enough of their blankets! I really should just cave in and buy one and leave you in peace (though I'm sure I'll just start telling you how warm and snuggly it is)

How is it Friday already? Augh!!! I'd like to say I'll be taking it easy this weekend, but it's pretty action packed! The main event is my grandma's 90th birthday high tea themed party! Sometimes I pause and think how incredible it must be to have lived for 90 years... the things she has seen and done, and how much the world has changed around her as well. It's mind boggling. Facts about Grandma - she traveled a lot when she was (a little bit) younger and has fond memories of people in Japan in the streets wearing special name badges if they spoke English (to help tourists). I recently discovered that my dislike of olives is genetic (obvs) since she picks them out of her food too... She used to work at a button factory and has a stash of buttons that makes me giddy just thinking about them. She bakes a mean Anzac cookie. I may have also inherited my independent streak form her. Despite suffering from quite severe arthritis, she lives at home and does pretty well for herself. So happy to be celebrating with her tomorrow!

I hope your weekend is special too :)

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Instagram Challenge | July Colour Announcement

To bring you up to speed, the Instagram challenge is designed to keep our photography flowing throughout the year, in the form of creating a nice collaborative rainbow. Each month will have a different colour theme. I'll announce a new colour monthly and then showcase my favourite shots on the blog at the end of the month.

If all goes according to plan, I think we'll be able to paint a beautiful spectrum on Instagram through the year, which you can watch unfold by searching the hashtag #kittyandbuckcolor

If you'd like to join in, there are no rules, other than using the hashtag #kittyandbuckcolor and taking a snap (or multiple snaps) that predominately features each month's colour. You can create a scene to photograph, or walk around your town and find new places that show off the colour of the month. Just use it as an excuse to exercise your creativity and photography skills!

Are you ready for turquoise? Perhaps also known as teal, blue and green in equal measures... It's time to seek out this pretty shade around you - a painted wall, some jewellery, the ocean? Show me what you've got! I'm hoping to see something tropical, since we are having blizzards in NSW... It's not snowing in Sydney, but it's damn cold!

If you'd like to spread the word, feel free to grab this button to share on your blog. You can resize it to fit your sidebar by changing the width and height values in the code when you copy it to your blog's sidebar. (just keep them the same so it stays square!)

Find me on Instagram @kittyandbuck - I'm looking forward to seeing your beautiful photographs! Remember, if you are private, let me know your username in the comments if you'd like me to see your pictures and I'll follow you.


Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Make, Eat, Embellish, Think v.08

DIY Oil Lamps Rose & Almond Rice Pudding Romantic Twist Braid Tutorial Animation's Lost Masterpiece Image Map
make | DIY Oil Lamps
eat | Rose & Almond Rice Pudding
embellish | Romantic Twist Braid Tutorial
think | Animation's Lost Masterpiece


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Instagram Challenge | June Recap

Well, June is well and truly over... I'll have a new colour for July this week for you. Until then, please take a look at my favourite purple snaps from June (and check out the instagrammers who took them!)

◆ @apurplerat
◆ @one_giant
◆ @maryandrikus

◆ @inwhirlofinspiration
◆ @begoodnatured
◆ @trishka_m

◆ @sincerelysara22
◆ @ohflan
◆ @inwhirlofinspiration

10 ◆ @sincerelysara22
11 ◆ @moonofsilver
12 ◆ @bookwormsindresses

I'm hosting this Instagram Challenge all through 2014, where the intent is to refresh your view on the world around you by searching for the month's theme colour. Hopefully we have the added bonus of improving our phone photography skills, too. Each month I will announce a new colour, and all you have to do to take part is tag your coloured images with #kittyandbuckcolor. At the end of each month, I'll feature a few favourites on Kitty & Buck and at the end of the year, I imagine we'll have a lovely rainbow streaking through Instagram!

Kitty @kittyandbuck

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Weekend Links v.11

In all of my culinary adventures, I don't think I've ever cooked Russian food. This week, it is happening.

Speaking of cooking, I baked some birthday cake for a special someone (C.) today - I ended up making two half batches of this "best birthday cake" - one with fudge icing and the other, blueberry and mascarpone cream. So full of delicious cake right now...

If you ever need photographic inspiration (or admiration) head over to VSCO's curated grid. Beautiful.

Anthropologie has put it sale on sale! Use the code BUZZ20 to get 20% more off sale items. Too bad I already ordered my stash, I'd probably grab this tank top!

Have you ever deployed a seed bomb? I love this idea, and this pack comes with a handy-to-dispense-flowers slingshot!

These existential comics are so funny! See the German vs French philosophers battle it out in the World Cup. (I have no interest in soccer - sorry! but this is hilarious)

This is possibly a graphic designer joke - but you've probably seen the ridiculous requests clients can come up with when providing feedback (make the logo bigger, et al) Here's some client feedback to God on his creation. I had tears. So funny.

Embracing rest in a culture of busy.

This mint and pink tropical triangle bra is perfect for summer, or summer dreaming ❤

fhifhfjdjdjdiff!!!! Laura Palmer's house is up for sale! Oh to have a spare $500k right now...

Stephanie started this post with a quote from Carlos Castenada: "We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same." Read her thoughts on positivity and the internal struggle.

I hope your weekend was great, especially for my American friends celebrating the 4th of July. Since it was C's birthday we indulged in cake and the most delicious Indian food, I daresay, in Sydney. I'm going to go and enter a food coma now, and prepare to hit the gym tomorrow!

I also headed to the General Assembly/Blog Society 'do' on Friday night where I met the lovely Miranti in person and also some other new friends - hooray for social gatherings that I actually follow through on and attend. Boo for getting overly anxious and probably talking too much... Ah well.


Friday, July 4, 2014

Found #102

I'll start the weekend right, with Lewis Carroll.

Who doesn't love a good blazer? How about a nice summer linen number? Of A Kind is also offering 35% off everything until 4th July, using the code UPINYOURGRILL, so it's definitely worth checking out the other unique items they're stocking from emerging designers, there's always something good.

via: Of A Kind

If you've been hanging around here for awhile, you'll know I'm a fan of washi tape. I mean, it's perfect for gift wrapping, adding fun details to letters, sticking love notes to the wall (and keeping your paint intact), making labels, putting broken things back together (temporarily).. I could go on... instead, look at this gold triangle tape and consider the possibilities...

Someone at the Weekend Barber, all the way over there in Portugal, looked at an Oxford one day and said "It's the perfect shoe. But I'm going to make it better." And so these colour blocked Oxfords were born. Nothing fussy or crazy, but just the right amount of 'whoa' to win me over completely!

There's something special in the symmetry and balance of these mandalas made up of electrical components. I like finding order in chaos, though I doubt my patience would last long enough to solder these all together so perfectly.

via: Booooooom

I hope your weekend turns out fine! Happy 4th July to all of my American friends!


Thursday, July 3, 2014

9 - 5 Escape: One Year On

It's been one year since I was flung headlong into the world of tentative employment! No more 9-5 slog at a job I could barely stand getting up for in the morning. No more endless routine. No more walking home past the cemetery each evening and wondering if this was all there is to life (morbid, I know). A whole year! Where do I begin? Working for myself has been a mixed bag, but I definitely wouldn't trade it for the 9-5 life anytime soon. Here's some things that I have learned along the way:

1. You need to be the cheerleader, goal kicker and coach all-in-one

Everything is your responsibility when you work for yourself. It's obvious, but after working in a team for so long, there are certain things I took for granted. Brainstorming ideas with other designers, having a manager who could (maybe) escalate issues and solve problems with clients (even when I was art directing, there was always a manager when things got ridiculous).

As a freelancer, you're often called to help when a team is under pressure and needs assistance desperately (usually after putting off hiring help). They're probably tired and anxious and cranky, and you need to go in and help get the job done, preferably with a cheer-everyone-up-smile on your face. Other times, when you're suddenly responsible for an entire project, sometimes the 'overwhelms' take hold and you need to give yourself a little pep talk during a time-out to keep the ball rolling!

2. You don't get paid for administration - and it needs to be done

There are endless email enquiries, quotes to be done, invoices, money chasing, coffee ordering... the list goes on. All of the little things you need to do to keep the 'business' going will be done on your own time. I knew this after running a dancing school a few years ago, but there's a lot more 'enquiries' and 'quotes' that need doing in this line of business.

3. Relationships matter

It's so important to make a good impression and do a great job so that you'll (hopefully) have a loyal client who will call upon your services again. I've probably had moments where I could have been more outwardly enthusiastic and outgoing in a job. People like to work with people who are:
a) good at their job
b) fun to work with

I'm naturally pretty quiet and withdrawn so I've definitely had to make a conscious effort to be more 'up' when I work in an office with others. Another facet of relationships is the value of word-of-mouth. Especially in design and animation, professionals often ask each other for recommendations on staff when they're looking for freelancers. If one company loves you, chances are, they'll put in a good word for you somewhere else, too. Also, you get to meet and work with all kinds of new, interesting and lovely people. And you might even have a strange blog-meets-life moment like I did a couple of weeks ago with Astred!

4. Keep a strict schedule

I'm still not perfect at this. When I work from home, making sure I work during business hours and have scheduled time off doesn't happen as much as it should. The next month or two will be spent working from home, so I'm really focussing on it now. Starting... tomorrow ;)

5. Don't worry, you're not going to starve

I'm sure it's not just me. Every time a job is wrapping up, the inevitable seed of panic starts to grow in my belly until it is a full-blown convulsing monster of fear... what if I don't get another job? How will I pay my share of the bills? Maybe I didn't do that last job as good as I could have... What if I never work again!?!? And so forth. Of course, it's ridiculous. I've been so busy the past 12 months, and I haven't had to resort to begging just yet. It's the one thing about freelance that I don't really like, the insecurity. But I'll let you in on my psychological safety blanket. Pretend that you have no work for the next 6 months. All the time. Pay your bills in advance, keep a savings account, whatever. Just have a 6-month buffer. Then, if the worst happens, it's not really that bad.

And just like that, one year of freelance life is done.


Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Instagram Challenge | June Colour Inspiration

I'm not ready to share the July colour just yet, so I thought I'd encourage one last push on the June colour of purple. If you're stuck for inspiration, here's some lovely purple shots from some of my favourite instagrammers. If you'd like to take part (it's soo easy!) simply hashtag your purple themed pics with #kittyandbuckcolor. You can see the original post here.

1 | Lavinia Cernau - Glimpses of history and culture from Romania
2 | Corina Nika - Bright, crisp to-die-for landscapes and more from this sweet graphic designer
3 | Scientist In Training - Lots of nature pics from an exploring scientist-lady
4 | Little Tienda - Beautiful embroidery from Mexico
5 | Lani Trock - Light, portraits, wanderings, flowers and more from this photographer
6 | Trish Papadakos - Classic Instagram lifestyle photography, great light shots of enviable places and eats.

I hope to see your shots in the feed!