then the next you are amongst the towering Casuarina with their branches chattering together in the breeze.
Then down to the beach to scour for shells and rocks.
|This was by my 15 yo|
We had an opportunity to dye and the children particularly loved the magic held within those tightly wrapped parcels. The pot was put on the morning and was unwrapped when we returned. A little early really but good results none the less. I was happy to see some lovely greens from what I can only describe as a native rosemary and the Warrigal greens, a native spinach, gave a really good print also.
it sounds like a lovely holiday and the dye resultsare to die for:)
time well spent....
Great to see you all on this tour: it must have been wonderful. Love the rock formation (on the photo above that lovely spiral) And "ofcourse" you did some dyeing with the leaves and plants you found: reminds me of that great workshop we had with you ;-) at Dorie's place (in the awful rainy weather...)
Enjoy your posts with your art&family. Inspired to do more dyeing out in the wild and then use the special 'prints'...thanks for sharing...mieke
nice to see the magic happening on the wandering path
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