Awesome August (and a bit of July) – in pictures
Before Write on Track turns into the Moving Pictures blog, I thought I’d explain where I’ve been for the last 3 weeks. Firstly I was at the State Theatre. Okay one more Moving Pictures photo (with singer Alex Smith). See previous post for a review of the concert.
Then I jumped on the train/bus to Byron Bay and did a fiction masterclass followed by the Byron Bay Writers Festival.
I think the above piece of artwork sums up my life perfectly. But as long as we keep LOL’ing, it’s all good.
Two days after Byron Bay Writers Festival, I flew to Melbourne for the Romance Writers of Australia Conference:
The conference was fabulous, but more of that in another post.
Then I had two days free in Melbourne.
I went to the Queen Victoria Markets and took many photos of food for my text/collage project for the Food for Thought anthology, which will be released by Nambucca Valley Writers Group in November:
Then I went to Melbourne Theatre Company to see Hamlet: (should have taken a photo of the theatre but these 6.30pm start threw me). I caught a cab to the theatre as I did not want to take the risk of getting lost by tackling public transport at night in the south of Melbourne again.
Then on the walk back to my apartment, I took this photo. Yes, by the time I was about to leave Melbourne and too late for conference, I’d worked out how to use my new camera. But now that I have, I’ve a new-found passion for photography.And I bought a new hat in Melbourne – but its yet to make its debut.
So that was my last 3 weeks in a very quick pictorial summary. One more week before I return to the EDJ (evil day job). Words and detailed posts about events and my Moments of Enlightenment to come as soon as I establish my new writing life.