Sometimes surprises of beauty appear with unexpected change

Horseshoe Bay does look different at the moment, as the clean-up has recently been completed from the wharf. There is a lot of extra sand on Horseshoe bay beach, and something a little unusual from the pristine sand, is a shoreline filled with scattered colourful pebbles. I couldn’t help but admire their colours, shine, different shapes, soft light & shadows.

As the restrictions have eased coming out of lockdown, it seems there is a new “energy” around, a sense of relief, appreciation, awareness & realisation can be seen in people’s faces and attitudes. For some people life is very different right now. I know it sure is for us. Our whole business is in the middle of restructure & growth, after packing our amazing little shop in Cobargo, (as a temporary measure), we have been 100% working from our home factory again, at least until a space feels right again from October.

How has this time changed you?

Jen x

Movement, stillness & beauty

With our retail shop ‘Home & Garage Giftware’, in Cobargo all packed up & waiting to re-emerge in a brand new surprise shop space this coming Summer, I have found myself with a few mornings able to exercise & explore again.

Even though packing the shop was not planned, we are looking forward to a fresh start to continue our retail shop & photography journey.

Image below  – Bermagui Wharf, looking towards Mount Gulaga.

Bermagui Wharf & Mount Gulaga

 

Below – A portion of the artwork named “Spirit Dance” by Joe Mc Kenzie, located on the water tower in Bermagui.

water tower aboriginal artwork Bermagui

Below-  water in the amazing blue pool Bermagui

Top view_water patterns_ blue pool Bermagui

Below – minor photo restoration of Main street in Cobargo in the early 1900’scobargo tarlington store 12S

Image below – “Barry” the roosterBarry