Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The Garden Shed ReOpens!

I'm excited to announce that after a long hiatus (almost three years!), I've reopened my Etsy photography shop, The Garden Shed! A facelift, lots of new nature, flower and travel images being listed over the next couple of weeks and a new focus have me very energized!

All images are available using Etsy's new Instant Download feature which allows you to directly print your new art and save the wait and cost of shipping.
Peonies ~ Cottage Chic
 Perfect for the Do It Yourself-er, you can incorporate the images to create your own Wall D├ęcor, Greeting Cards, Prints, Digital Backgrounds, Scrapbooking, Nursery Art, Note Cards, Gift Tags, T-shirts, Pillows, Gifts and so much more!! Photos may be printed as many times as you wish for personal use!
Emergence ~ Pink Chives
Pink and Yellow Gerbera Daisies
Be Yourself
Cotton Candy Clouds
~ I hope you'll drop by and check it out!

Thursday, July 11, 2013

It's Christmas In July at W I L D W O M A N!

(just click on the photo to see SALE items - Merry Christmas! )

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Bar Harbor, Maine

 We made our annual trek Downeast this past weekend, a little adventure I look forward to every summer.  It's become a July tradition to celebrate our anniversary (23 years this year!) as we visited this way on our honeymoon and have only missed two years since! And, it's such a perfectly charming and beautiful drive. Because of the July 4th holiday weekend, the streets, restaurants and shops were PACKED! I love the bustle and seeing everyone so thoroughly enjoying themselves - plus, I think it was the HOTTEST day we've ever experienced in Bar Harbor! These are some views of Frenchman's Bay - many fishing and lobster boats (you can see some of the buoys marking live traps right in the bay).  This gorgeous 4 mast sailboat ventures out for sunset cruises and whale watching excursions. One morning we strolled along the seawall path which, of course, offers spectacular ocean views and is strewn with unbelievably fragrant wild roses on each side. We came upon a local farmer's market full of fresh, locally grown vegetables, blueberries and flowers, artisan cheeses and breads and gorgeous handcrafted creations! The lobster truck was even parked with its doors open and coolers full of ice and freshly caught lobster - YUM! 
 ...and such a sweet bright red lobster boat moored along side...
  Our favorite place to stay is the charming Bar Harbor Inn overlooking the bay.
 There were two cruise ships moored in the harbor with tenders transporting guests to and from the port - as I mentioned, the street were packed!
It was a wonderful visit!