As well as writing, I like to indulge my creative side with a bit of photography. I’d love to share some of it with you.


6 thoughts on “Photography

    • romancingmonique says:

      Oh, that’s a hard question! It’s like trying to choose which of my children is my favourite…but I’ll give it a go ๐Ÿ˜‰

      I like the little half-disintegrated seed casing (no idea if that’s exactly what it was) on the wood. It was tiny and so delicate that I couldn’t resist. It kind of reminded me of a little Cinderella carriage.

      I also love the autumn leaves on the wet pavement. The colours were AMAZING!


  1. Louise Allan says:

    These are beautiful! I love my camera, too, but my photos aren’t in your calibreโ€”yet, she says hopefully! I love the seed casing tooโ€”so delicate and fragile. And I love the bird with the raindrops. I love them all! Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚


    • romancingmonique says:

      Thank you Louise! A good camera can make all the difference. I learnt a lot from browsing the user manual and I have a big zoom lens too (the technical term ๐Ÿ˜‰) which takes beautiful photos.


  2. Janey Atkinson says:

    The seed casing, is actually the casing that covers/encapsulates the Cape Gooseberry, they look really delicate but are actually quite hardy, they start out green as does the berry that grows inside it, as the casing dries out and browns up the berry inside ripens to an yellow/green/orange colour. at each stage of ripening the berry has a different taste, from yellow /green and tart to yellow /orange sweet. The berries make yummy jams and chutneys. Have you been up to Tank “7” and seen the view of Nannup? could be an awesome spot for a lovers trist in one of your books ๐Ÿ™‚ Cheers Janey Nannup 6275. Good Luck. Oh and are you self publishing with Pick a woo woo publishing in Nannup? Nic and Jules are awesome.

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    • romancingmonique says:

      Hi Janey, thanks so much for the info into the berry casing. It’s interesting to know once and for all what it actually is.

      I haven’t been to Tank 7, though I have read about it on the Everything Nannup website.

      I’m heading down next weekend actually for the Flower and Garden Festival, so I’ll add Tank 7 to the ‘to do’ list. (Great idea, by the way!!)

      I have been told about Pick a Woo Woo, though after much deliberation, I’m going to try the traditional publishing route, before I consider self-publishing. At this stage, getting on book shelves is my priority, though if it doesn’t turn out to be possible, self-publishing is a definite option.

      Are you a Nannup resident? I might just bump into you on one of my visits ๐Ÿ˜‰


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