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Wednesday 20 January 2021

What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday #607


It's Wednesday again - so I am linking this post to the Stamping Ground.

The only thing I have to post today for WOYWW 607! is the next step of my

Wanderlust 2021 week 2 with Laly Mille which went from this 


But it is still not finished...

As we can travel around Victoria, we decided to go away for a few days - up to the Grampians.
Unfortunately we didn't have much wifi in the Motel so I couldn't finish commenting but...

We saw some amazing sites...

We also saw some Art - this is Aboriginal cave painting...

These are some pictures from the Silo Art trail...

Anyway all being well I will be able to show you a desk next week!

Happy WOYWW !!


  1. Wow Susan you certainly saw some fabulous sights while you were away. Glad you were able to get a change of scenery. Stay safe and Happy WOYWW. Sarah #3

  2. Lovely to get away for a few days, and my word, that really is art on a scale, those Silo paintings are incredible! I wonder who they are, these people immortalised in er, HUGE! love your wanderlust page, I know it will be very different when finished, so I hope you’re enjoying each stage as a separate piece!

  3. Morning Susan. Wow! What art!! And what fun to paint them onto great big silos! Makes a drive much more interesting. Glad you got a few days away - oh how I am looking forward to the thought! I have not been anywhere since last March - 2 days out to meet my entire family, 1 day to meet my elder daughter, and 1 day because I just HAD to go see my beloved mountains - and that's it. Oh well - I have my photos to gaze at...
    Love those pages - they look like someone has been blowing bubbles.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #1

  4. Beautiful pages, so summery and cheerful. What wonderful sights you saw, the paintings are amazing - how lovely to get away for a break.
    Hope you have a good week,
    Diana xx #15

  5. Thanks for calling by at mine earlier. How lovely to manage a few days away and not having internet use can sometimes be a blessing :-)
    I really love what you're working on.
    Annie x #9

  6. Love your double page spread - the flowers remind me of lupins and delphiniums, gorgeous colours! How interesting to see the silo art, what a truly fab idea making the best of something that’s usually so dull and boring! Hope you have a good trip.
    Hugs LLJ 16 xxx

  7. Super floral page! I love Laly's work but I can't quite imitate her style, no matter how hard I try. It's lovely that you can travel around - thanks for the virtual tour - it's a glimpse of the outside world for those of us in lockdown on the other side of the globe! Enjoy your summer freedom! xx zsuzsa #18

  8. How fab you got away for a bit. Great pics. Heken #4

  9. I'm guessing you're not on Lockdown like us. Lucky you to be able to get away and see such gorgeous landscape and Art. Take care and have a lovely creative woyww, Angela x14x

  10. What amazing silos! And the scenery... gorgeous! I miss going places. Anyway, I love your pages!
    Thanks for popping by and stay healthy!
    Carol N #25

  11. Oooo the silo art trail looks impressive as too nature's vistas glad you got to have a trip out, we could do with that here - LOL. Wanderlust project is coming along nicely.. Thanks for the visit earlier BJ#13

  12. Love the scenery, true, but the page is the star for me. Wanderlust indeed - if only we could get out and about!

    Some day...

  13. Susan, your floral spread is moving on and really like what you have going on there! LOVE your photos and what amazing beauty! The waterfall looks spectacular and can we just talk about that AWESOME view! Oh my goodness so beautiful! Hope you had a good trip! Blessings and be safe! Felicia #27

  14. Hi Susan, that waterfall is amazing. I bet the waterfalls in Snowdon are amazing at the moment with all the rain we have had. The bottom of the road is flooded today and a river of water coming down past my son’s house. He has just shown me a video of his back garden, absolutely flooded. Thankfully his house is safe. Have a great week Angela #6

  15. Wow, Susan, that silo art is astonishing! I can't imagine how they did it. The scenery is stunning. When I was a child I read a lovely book set in Australia and they described the Aboriginal hand print art and it fascinated me from that day forward. I've always loved Australia since reading that book but I have to visit in my imagination because I know I shall never actually get there! Your journal page is quite beautiful, really.

    Thank you for your lovely comment and I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit. My hubby does make me laugh! Sometimes I laugh at him and he gets cross, which only makes me laugh more!! I can't wait to complete the kitty throw and give it to him.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #23

  16. Happy WOYWW. Thank you for sharing the photos of your wonderful trip. I have become almost agoraphobic - quite happy to stay on the farm. It will be a long time before we can travel in the UK. Ali x. #26

  17. Fantastic ~ I didn't know people painted on silo's but why not! What a fantastic backdrop ~ I'm glad you got to get away, and your spread is coming along beautifully! Love, Karen #33

  18. Those pictures are lovely and some lovely pictures, and lovely your Wanderlust 2021 so colourful,

    Take care and stay safe,

    Lilian B #19

  19. How fantastic that Silo |Art Trail must be - how many installations are there? How nice to be able to get away, we cannot even travel to a park by car to walk, got to be on foot all the way and close to home.
    Stay Safe & Well, Hugs, Neet 5 xx

  20. What fantastic sites on your trip away. I love the silo art and the rock art. Happy belated WOYWW. Take care and stay safe. With love & God Bless, Caro xxx (#8)

  21. Wow, I bet that was a bit scarrrrry painting on something so high! But what amazing Silo art! Have a great crafty week, stay safe and Happy late WOYWW!? ((Lyn)) #17

  22. Love your flowery page spread. Lucky you being able to travel and see some fantastic scenery and art. Ani

  23. Love, love that artwork. I think it is a great idea to use these empty canvases. . . so effective.

    Take care, stay safe
    Christine #35

  24. Hi Susan, happy belated WOYWW - what a fabulous idea for the silos - so much better than some of the rusty ones I have seen on my travels! Oh, I wish we had waterfalls like that near me- my hubby would love to take photos like that! Have a lovely week, Heather xx

  25. Those silo painting are fabulous! Glad you were able to get away, and sunshine to boot! Today we have the first sun we've had in 14 days, but as it is -14° outside, no travelling for us! But what a great idea to go somewhere fairly local and stay at a hotel for a night.
    Your page is looking fab, I love all the flowers!
    Have a wonderful week! Lindart #29

  26. Amazing! Great photos on your post this week! Have a great week. Dorlene #31


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