Wednesday, April 24, 2013

WOYWW #203

What's on Your My Work Desk Wednesday.
I found a new photography area, the woodpile out the backyard. 
I promised Kay (505WhimsyGirl) that I would show her the mini tripod I carry around with me in my handbag to hold my point and shoot Nikon camera, it stops the shakes.
 This photo shows the tripod with an led light for photographing while videoing, mounted on its shortest length.

normal length tripod

 This one shows its extended length, its almost as big as my 
Canon EOS 600D

extended length tripod

 Some ribbon I bought to do a class on photo boxes, foam core board to make card stands, glue gun seems to be my go to adhesive tool these days
Trying to make a birthday card that is way late. and another project with photos and concertina on the go.
My debut project went up on the Spellbinders Explore Beyond International Flair section. Check it out on my blog 

Hop over to Julia's Stamping Ground to see what others all
over the world are creating on their desks


Sandy Leigh said...

A wood pile--brilliant! I am always looking for unique backgrounds outside to photograph things when the whether is sunny...but my camera, not nearly as nice as yours. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #42

Neil said...

Hi there. Thanks for the peek into your creative world. The woodpile makes a great photograph!


Helen said...

Loving both the wood pile and the tripod, today!!! Helen, 2

Claire said...

LOVE the woodpile shot!! and your desks are always soooo busy and inspiring :)
happy WOYWW and have a great week :)
no. 1 - can't believe it!!

Janene McAnally said...

I agree with Claire, it is a good woodpile shot lol and I think you are going to need this wood for this coming winter Bridget!! I am sitting here with a jumper on thinking I wish I was up in north Queensland right now! I always enjoy looking at your work desks, so much going on all the :-). Happy WOYWW.
Janene #47

MaxineD said...

Love the colour and texture in your wood pile photo - and your desk looks really busy a the moment - great to see you have your mojo back.

Angie said...

What an amazing photo full of texture and colour ...and inspiration.
What a great little tripod ...must get a new camera first !!!.
Sorry I've not been around much ..take care xx58

Ria Gall said...

a great desk going on there and a fantastic photo my daughter will be very interested in your mini tripod so when she gets home from collage I will show it to her she is a keen photographer
Happy WOYWW #203 and thank you for sharing your workstation
Ria #60

Carole said...

a busy desk...lots of scissors. I too keep tacking tape pieces stuck to the edge of my desk. The wood pile is interesting... orange when cut. pretty neat. Carole 115

Eliza said...

I have some really amazing photos of wood pieces that my dad has found or cut over the years, even a heart shaped tree disk LOL..

I also had one of those tripod stands that lived in my handbag but sadly it is broken, they are awesome I must admit and I miss using mine.

Looks like you have been doing some serious crafting.

Eliza & Yoda 102

Shaz Brooks said...

Love the woodpile shot, what scares me is the thought of all the spiders living in it! Have a great week, Hugs Shaz #114

Karen Ives said...

I spotted some clever scissors storage. Have fun.
Karen #64

Jackie said...

The woodpile photographs great really like it ..... Hope you don't need to use it !
Jackie 15

Nan G said...

Cool camera and tripod and led! Hmm point and shoot huh? No apertures to adjust? Happy WOYWW! Nan G #98

Annie said...

Love the photo of the log pile....isn't nature wonderful? :-)
A x # 39
ps don't forget to email me your address for the ATC swap

Annie said...

Hi Bridget,
I've not had an email from you as yet. My email address is...
Just in case you have the wrong address.
A x

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Nice photo, but your frame project is super cute. Of course I had to hop over and have a look. Glad I did - great site too.

Happy WOYWW!

MA (8) (so very late this week!)

Nikki said...

Pretty Pictures and I'd burn myself constantly if my glue gun was my goto I know one time I'd grab it from the wrong side bad enough I forget to put the lid on my glue but hot glue and I'd fry lol
hugs Nikki #9

Carol Hornby Clements said...

I like your wood pile. Busy desk which is interesting. I am not very good with a glue gun. You have inspired me to try it out again. Thanks for stopping by.
Carol xxx

Neet said...

Congrats (I must look at it) on your project being on Spellbinders. Love the wood pile photo.
Thanks for visiting me earlier - Hugs, Neet 4 xx

Tertia said...

Loving the wood pile and the desk looks very industrious.
Happy belated WOYWW!
Tertia #17

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Bridget,

Wow - that is a tiny tripod!!! Very cool. And love the photo of the wood pile!!!! Tomorrow I'm going to a Wool Festival so I'm hoping to take lots of photos!!!

Thanks for sharing - sorry it's taken me a few days to make it around.

Kay (14)

Deb's Pen Pot said...

That wood pile is gorgeous! Makes me think of autumn with the ripe pumpkin shades...but I mustn't get ahead of myself, as we're only just now getting a bit of spring! Time constraints mean I’m Weekend-WOYWW-ing, but hope you’ve had a good one! Deb # 125