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Favorite place yet! So quirky yet organized and clean!
The charm of Edwinas place is matched by her personal charm. She is so contagiously fun and interesting I think it comes across clearly in her home.
Glad you liked it.
It’s all so whimsical! I love the light in all your photos.
Glad your liking what you see.
Stay with us in 2012.
All this interesting people and places, they are so special. Is this the magic of your camera? Can a simple woman from argentina with a simple life also look this good when photographed by you?
You are amazing artist.
There is beauty in everything. It’s just a matter of seeing it.
Thanks for the compliment!
I happened upon your site this morning. I love these! and this one is my favorite so far. Thank you for introducing me to Edwina and providing the link through to her online portfolio of inspired illustrations!
Evelyn, Edwina was so cool! Definitely follow her work!
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A very creative and warm spirit- it shows in her space! very endearing!
You’re right. Edwina was wonderful to shoot. Such a wonderful spirit. A true artist!
LOVE the stacked books & magazines. It seems like an efficient way to save on space!
I believe that book shelf is from DWR.
Hello from Sydney Edwina!
Great to see what you are up to. I just know your gregarious spirit is warming the Manhattan arts community – the last time I saw you was probably at your exhibition of Kites in King Street Newtown. Our mum’s recently caught up hence I now have your details. much love Kate xoxo
Are you related to Edwina?
Wonderful Edwina. This is a very old friend from Warrimoo Avenue!
Hope we can catch up one day.
Wishing you all the very best from Sydney town..,.
Glad to hear you found an old friend on our blog.
Keep checking back for more stories.
I’ve been visiting your blog for a while now and I always find a gem in your new posts. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks. Keep coming back.
Now I know how to utilize my numerous books–stack em high! Her website is marvelous and makes you understand the meaning of her decorating. She lives in a happy place, definitely.
Always good to hear from you. Edwina exudes creativity. You could see it in the way she lives and the work she does. Thanks for the comment.
bravo! brilliant! beautiful images of a wonderful soul! well done…
Like always, great recommendation!