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Aurora Lee lives and works in beautiful Nova Scotia Canada, an area from which she’s able to draw so much inspiration. A self-labeled Geek Girl who loves learning, history and Star Wars; she’s also an avid traveler and photographer, in addition to being a writer of fiction.
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As I begin to write this, it’s 23:47 on 30 November. Thirteen minutes left of the annual month of insanity that is NaNoWriMo. Coming at the tail end of a year seemingly devoid of all creativity, I was not looking forward to the challenge this year. I thought and thought and thought about what to write. [...]
So, last weekend I bought a new camera! I was at an event with a bunch of vendors and Bean’s Antiques was set up there, as they have been in the past. About a month prior, I’d thought that I might like to start picking up old, working cameras, so I went around the set [...]
I’ve spent the last week or so in Kentucky visiting my best friend. I’m sure there will be some more posts about my trip as I get time to write them, but for now, here’s a photo I snapped in Lexington (and photoshopped today).
Set up in my bathroom for a little photography project I worked on yesterday. The candles are sitting on a strangely shaped mirror that usually sits on two stools in my living room as a coffee table. :)
I love art and photography – I think anyone who knows me knows that – but I’m not really one for buying coffee table books. I suppose that’s partly because I don’t have people over and partly because I don’t actually spent any time in my living room (where the coffee table is) except to [...]
The yurt (basically created for a children’s play space) at the Wolfville Farmer’s Market. Though it runs all year long on Saturdays, tonight was the first Wednesday market for the summer. The Chimney Swifts were the musical entertainment. :)