Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Virginia Macdonald Photography

Over the weekend, I managed to stumble upon the work of Virginia Macdonald. This Toronto-based photographer is seriously talented, and her portfolio is full to the brim with beautiful images.










Gorgeous, no? And you have to check out her website. It's totally worth it for all the stunning pics, but the topper is her bio - priceless!

Btw, not much progress was made on my cabinet - sport on Saturday and a netball carnival all day Sunday. It's definitely on the list for today though, so I'll keep you posted.

Happy Tuesday,

21 comments:

  1. Hey Kerri, you were right about the bio...what a cracker! Love her food and still life shots as well. I think these photographers have the perfect job! Now off to that cabinet with you while the kiddlies are at school and not that pesky sport!

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  2. I love it when people talk about themselves in the third person like that, it cracks me up...here goes... Janette really enjoyed reading virginia's bio, Janette also enjoyed those stunning pics. Janette would like to thank Kerri for sharing them with us. Janette can't wait to see Kerri's cabinet!
    Jxx

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  3. Hi Kerry,

    Very nice work indeed and the bio is priceless...

    cheers
    Susan

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  4. Great shots of very beautiful rooms :)
    You remind me that I have forgotten to work on mylittle step ladder. I must get on to that! Looking forward to seeing your finished cabinet :)

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  5. They do have a great job, Kerry, I'm always so green when I see their work!

    That second image - I just love that home. It's my favourite. Those windows get me every time. Love the books as a side table in the last shot too.

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  6. Gorgeous, thanks for introducing us to this very talented photographer!

    Kat :)

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  7. How fabulous to discover a wonderful (fellow) Australian blogger. I looked back and saw your desk post - this is what I did when I needed one...
    http://doesntcosttheearth.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/a-chinese-altar-table-becomes-a-desk/
    LOVE your blog!

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  8. LOL! Just read her bio - sounds like a girl I'd like to know. :) Her work is lovely too.

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  9. I like the first photo and the floor in it too.

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  10. Oh I love her honesty. Great bio! Lovely images. A-M xx

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  11. What absolutely stunning photography... with gorgeous styling to boot! Love the first image - the yellow cushions are the perfect antidote to the masculine feel of the wall. Love it all x

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  12. Beautiful photos I am now off to check out her website
    How fabulous to have the ability to take such beautiful shots

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  13. Lovely shots Kerri, I am off to take a peek at the website. Thanks for sharing... P.S Looking forward to your cabinet reveal, but I know what you mean about weekend sport. I had to drive from one side of Brisbane to the other on Saturday!!!! Consumed nearly the whole day - And they lost - boo hoo!

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  14. Hi Kerri, thanks so much for your lovely comment and for following my blog. You are very welcome :) Loved your previous post about the old cabinet. Good luck with the renovation i hope we get to see the result. XX

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  15. Hi Kerry - Love your blog & look forward to following your adventures..........
    Katie

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  16. Hi dear Kerri! I have the first image saved on my pc! I rally love it, but didn't know that was from Virginia McDonald! Now I have to check her site! Thank you for sharing dear!!!
    Hugs!
    Mara

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  17. Gorgeous pictures! Can't wait to see your project all finished up :)
    Enjoy your day
    Kristin xoxo

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  18. All pictures are so inspiring and gorgeous.. xx

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  19. Wow, what gorgeous spaces, whe has a great job I think! look forward to seeing your gorgeous cabinet, have a gorgeous day Kerri,
    laura currie xx

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  20. Will definitely check out her site - that second image is gorgeous - I love everything from the blue sofas to the dining chairs to the artwork and that lovely window!

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