In June, stones on Nash Island.
I may need to re-post this from time to-time, it's a visualization of my mantra this summer: One stone at a time. Although Anne Lamott says it better.
Here it is mid-summer. Though there's mucho to blab about, instead I'm linking some upcoming classes/events/workshops.
- Fiber College in Searsport Maine, September 9-13.
The only thing that makes the end of summer bearable is looking forward
to this creative gathering on beautiful Penobscot Bay. As in past
years, I am collaborating with Beverly Army Williams
to teach two new classes that combine photography and writing for your
creative business (and creative life...not limited to those with
businesses). We are doing Making Your Social Media Twinkle (yes..twinkle)
on Friday, and Selling your Products Online, on Saturday. I am also
teaching Photo Editing class, Sunday morning, which will leave you able
to optimize and all around make your photos fanatastic-and no Photo Shop
needed. Class descriptions and registration info here. Fiber College is an unusual, artful, affordable and always inspiring. Maine is stunning in September, by the way. Join us.
- Say Cheese: A Foodie & Photo Workshop Day-- new & different and truly delicious, this one. I am teaming up with longtime friend and food professional Arline Conigliaro in Lawrenceville NJ to offer two sessions of this artisanal cheese-making, nibbling, wood fired personal pizza crafting and phone photography day...details here.
If you know any food bloggers or folks who like to photograph beautiful food before eating it- and post the results online--pass this on!
Two sessions_ Sunday August 9 and Monday August 10 . Bring friends!
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Sunday, July 12, 2015
|Sailing by with a quick post, sorry this is of interest only to those within striking distance of Connecticut|
|there are no bad views from the Volsunga, our vessel|
|knitting friend Beth who (sob) left us for the pacific nw, on the 1st cruise in 2012|
|montage from last year's cruise|
|Pretty sure we have pioneered knitting, yarn winding and drop spindling on the Volsunga.|
A few deets
• we cruise rain or shine, the Volsunga has an awning covering it, and lights.
• space is limited and we usually sell out.
• BYOB, we'll have fabulous snacks and seltzer/lemonade. I recommend gin and tonic, it goes well with salt air and peeping at the island homes, but that's just me ;-)
• parking can be tricky in the village of Stony Creek so try to carpool and definitely aim to arrive early so you can walk down to the dock by 5:45
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