8/2017 My month & Links

8/2017 My month & Links
09/04/2017 Alicia L.

Warm regards from the mountains. I’m still working from here and I must say that this “long holiday” is being very productive so far.

New pieces: YES! I created new pieces and the more important, I took pictures of them and they are already listed in my shop. I’m proud of me.


New photo shooting: One more time I trust in the artwork and vision of the fantastic Spanish photographer Meri Santos. My jewelry is in Menorca and she is doing magic with her camera right now. I also want to take the opportunity to tell you that if you need an editorial and advertising photographer you must know that her work is awesome.

‘Okay, we’re done with that now.’:   A total solar eclipse occurred past week, on August 21. It was not visible from my location, but even if I didn’t see a “total eclipse” it is a pretty big deal. According to the astrologists, something that was put into motion in the last total solar eclipse (2011) will be reaching its end or culmination now, so ask yourself what was happening back then. Do you see a connection to a theme? This solar eclipse is here to tell you, ‘Okay, we’re done with that now.’

8/2017 my month


☆ Still shocked with the story of Juliane Koepcke. In 1971, 17-year-old Juliane had an airplane accident, killing all 92 passengers except for her. After being thought dead for 11 days, she emerged from the jungle. How did she survive? Read it here or watch the documental “Wings of Hope”

☆ Do you like embroidery? I like! and as you know I love cultural fashion. In this article, you will find maps showing the embroidery techniques of Pakistan and India. What a cool idea!

Comments (4)

  1. Tina 2 years ago

    You should be proud to get new items made an photographed! It takes a lot of time. 🙂

  2. Nathalie 2 years ago

    Ooooh new stuff…already looking for Christmas presents (probably for myself again…)

  3. Star of the East 2 years ago

    Love your new pieces!
    I also was shocked about Juliane’s story when I first saw it!

  4. petitplat 2 years ago

    your necklaces are indeed beautifully photographed.
    And yes, I would have loved to see the total eclipse!

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