Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Lost My Way

For all those people in Sydney, I have a new stockist in Waverley called Lost My Way. According to my time spent on GoogleMaps looking at Sydney, is quite close to Bondi. They have a variety of screenprinted pouches, bags and badges including the red pouch below.










I took a few days break and went with Bridget from Bridbird down to Gippsland to stay with my family for a couple of days. We went to Lakes Entrance and also did the mandatory visitor trip to the Morton Bay Fig on our farm. It is over 100 years old and looks like it was raised on steroids. I took some pictures of the tree and the dark sky overlooking Lakes.



Lakes


90 Mile Beach


Morton Bay Fig

13 comments:

Bridget Farmer said...

thankyou anna for my trip to gippsland! i loved the big tree and the wide open spaces around your farm.

iluvlolli said...

this is very exciting! i am a sydney girl!

veronica darling said...

** Miss Gippsland **
BUT, I'll have to take a trip to Waverly (I've never heard of the place - there are WAY too many suburbs in Sydney to keep track of!)

BUT, I did stop and say hi to your King Street stockist and she only had ONE little badge of yours left there. She said she LOVES Melbs stuff like yours but finds Syd Peeps are slack with the handmade stuff! EEK! I'm spreading the handmade word as much as possible!

xoxo

Lauren Williams said...

that tree is amazing!

boxofglory said...

Oh my God, that tree is HUGE! Sounds like your trip was relaxing... I've never been to Gippsland before, but I hear it's very green!

Paper Girl Productions said...

I just found your blog and love your photos!

littlebird said...

magnificent tree!

BigCat said...

That's a great tree. It must be wonderful to visit such an incredible beauty.

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Stacey said...

That tree is fantastic and rightly deserves to be shown to all visitors.
I love Lakes Entrance. It takes me back to family holidays, sunburn and the obligatory games of mini golf.

greenolive said...

That tree is making me homesick – they were all over the place in Brisbane. I'm amazed it grows down here in chilly Victoria. The farm must be a great place.

.girl ferment. said...

wow that tree is amazing. did you play in it as a child?
I love the photograph of the boats on the lake being haunted by that cloud.
xx

Helen | Pepperina Press said...

I miss the Moreton Bay Figs so much! They were everywhere where I grew up... uh... Wynnum-Manly / Moreton Bay area in Queensland.