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The colours of autumn – all in one place. Also? Sun. From the arboretum a week or two ago.

Available in my Etsy shop

Also? Free Giveaway – customize your own 2011 Desk Calendar. Enter Here:

http://redbirdjewellery.blogspot.com/2010/10/featured-etsy-seller-giveaway-i-brake.html

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Here there be dragons

I was out photomographing on Sunday. I have proof. You can busy said proof here: Etsy

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From my trip to the arboretum and canal a few weeks ago. That one red tree, I pass it by on my way to work almost every day. I love this time of year.

Trying to get out to visit friends today – I have a clean house, clean laundry and a stocked larder. It feels good to be all caught up. Mebbe Flickr will be next? Stranger things have happened.

Yes, available in my shop for sale.

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I’m a sucker for words. Books. Also? Bokeh. Oh and life @ 24mm f/1.4. Put them all together? *dies*

This photo is For sale in my shop RITE NAO

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MOAR from PEI. I’m slowly making my way through the photos from earlier this month. I am feeling creative again. Also? Itching to go shooting again.

Photo soon to be available in my Etsy Shop

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Make your own calendar
By popular demand here are the templates to create a 5×7 desktop calendar using your own photos! There are twelve PhotoShop files, one for each month, along with basic instructions on how to use the templates, all zipped together on Mediafire. The download is 4MB. Please note, this assumes some PS skill.

You can see what a finished calendar looks like here, I have two listed in my shop right now.

Make your own calendar

Make your own calendar

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Remember this? Well, it was inspired by this, also shot at the same place. I thought the original RAW file had been lost when the old laptop crashed last year *poo* but I found it earlier this week. Also? Others!

Reworked for my shop and included in one of my 2011 calendars. Oh also? I’m posting the templates to make your own 5×7 desktop calendars next. Stay tuned!

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