Red Dirt Farm

Ramblings and Photos from a Country Life

The sun came out and warmed all the raindrops still clinging to every object as far as the eye could see. I headed out with my camera to soak in the sun and to find something interesting  to capture with the lens. As I passed by my studio I wondered what surprises I might find …

Continue reading

Sunrise at Coral Cottage this morning. Driving down the road the other morning, I spotted a pheasant.  Screech.  I slammed on my brakes put it in reverse, pulled out the old point and shoot, snap and happy was I. What is the big deal?  Around here, we don’t see pheasants walking around willy nilly;  so …

Continue reading

First obstacle is making it through the never-ending winter. Trying to find beauty in everyday objects. The fur babies are feeling very challenged by all the winter weather and they are keeping an eye on the calendar for spring to arrive.  I’m pretty sure it is just around the corner.  The snow is quickly melting …

Continue reading

On the workbench this week. Playing with copper and silver for new jewelry designs. Copper with patina, silver star. Embossing on copper  Patina, embossing surface design Jellyfish and starfish. And a few hearts. Copper + silver + flame – what more could a girl ask for? The copper and silver will be incorporated with other …

Continue reading