I can’t take any credit for it, I just left the camera switched on when I put it down to rearrange some jewellery, the camera composed it’s own photo!

Through the window you can just see the misty hill opposite my house and my friend Martha’s Victorian villa opposite.

I am drawn to the things in between things, the bits at the edge, the accidental places that just happen. Maybe it’s just me…I’d like to explore this more one day.

Rachel x

24th January 2010

Rachel Lucie Johns

Hi! I'm Rachel, a jewellery designer-maker & nature photographer. My work is inspired by the gorgeous countryside around West Yorkshire & Art Deco design. This blog is where I share my creative life and inspiration. find out more ...

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    rachellucie

    25th January 2010

    wow, thanks for the award! it's actually my second one of these, so can I cheat and refer back to that post here: http://rachelluciejewellerydesigns.blogspot.com/2010/01/ive-got-blog-award.html

    Yes, maybe I should leave my camera to it more often, it seems to know what it's doing!

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    roughmagiccreations

    24th January 2010

    Wow! I love that photo!!! Wish I could teach my camera to do that.
    :) Mollie

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    K S Jewellery Designs

    23rd January 2010

    How amazing is that – you must have trained your camera well!!

    BTW… I have awarded you a 'Sunshine Award' – please follow this link:
    http://ksjewellerydesigns.blogspot.com/2010/01/sunshine-award.html

    Kristin :)

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