April and May flew past without me being able to catch hold of them so I'm hoping June gives me the opportunity to sort some stuff out before winter kicks in.
I've declared it 'Dejunk June' and hope to spend the month focusing on clearing stuff out. I figured a good first step would be to blog the rest of the photos I took at the Sydney Miniatures Show, back at the beginning of May.
This munitions factory scene didn't have a name next to it.
I enjoyed seeing someone tackle something so different in miniature,
and especially appreciated the well-worn look of the place.
Lewis Morley was a new exhibitor at the show and his pieces included this miniature comic book store:
Once again, it was refreshing to see something different on display and I know several people who will geek out at these images.
The fantasy paintings are created by his wife, Marilyn Pride.
I'm not usually into smaller scales but I loved this half inch scale duplex by Thelma Carr, with one side being as it would have been just after it was built and the other side the modern renovated version:
For some reason, even after reading in The tiny Times about the street scene created by Virginia Paton, I hadn't quite realised it wasn't one inch scale but quarter inch scale. Duh!