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Joined 8 years ago from Rural Australia




When not working in photography, I can be found cooking up a storm in the the kitchen, dealing with kids, life or farm animals of all different shapes and sizes.

I have my grandmother's old recipe books and a love for food and would definitely not consider myself a 'steak and three vegie's' kind of cook.

I enjoy music playing when I'm cooking, whether it be Giant, Amy Winehouse, Nat King Cole or even Rascal Flatts... anything with a good beat and I'm set to go.

I love heavy horses and get to spend time with them nearly every day, hence my username.. :)

My interests are varied... from digital photography to graphic design, fashion, art, sculpture and if I can ever convince my husband to buy me an oxy torch, I would be a happy girl.

For over 14 years I worked in Marketing/PR for a large International company and even though I'm no longer in that field my brain doesn't switch off and I am constantly thinking of ways to help friends with their various business ideas.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy your time here.

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