Pink Memories

I tend to add  pink in my accesories rather than  full on pink. Pink for me evokes strong memories of my  daughter, India, who passed away in 2001 of a brain tumour. India loved wearing all things pink, the brighter the better. India was known as the Pink Princess, a title she fully embraced from tiara to pink tutu and…
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An Edgey Black Jacket

This wool jacket by New Zealand label Sabatini with its interesting details , is one I wear time and time again over the winter. I love the ruffle edged in metal and the leather strips on the pockets. Black brings the details to the fore, I’m not sure it would work in another colour. Teaming the jacket with a black…
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WINTER WHITE

Autumn days are starting to bring a change, cooler temperatures and the joy of rediscovering past friends, such as this winter  white cape from several seasons past. Change also came today with a visit to my hairdresser and a different colour. a little redder, very similar to the rosehips. . I have a confession to make, I love winter clothes,…
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A Beret and A Trench

Over the Easter break on a fine, clear but cool Autumn day my husband and I in need of some exercise,walked to the spectacular Cataract Gorge, on the edge of our city. The Alexandra Suspension Bridge is known  locally as the Swinging Bridge because despite  the sign everyone swings the bridge side  to side. The views from the bridge make …
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Beads In The Botanical Gardens

Visiting the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart, the capital city of my state. The gardens were established in 1818 and are the second oldest Botanical Gardens  in Australia. Posing in an archway of the Eardley- Wilmot Wall. This wall was named in honour of Sir John Eardley-Wilmot, Lieutenant-Governor of Tasmania in the early days of colonisation.  Admiring the roses…
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