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What a high old time I had last night! No, I wasn’t out on the town gallivanting in my wheelchair. I was playing on a website called PhotoFunia where you can upload your photos and place them into all manner of settings. Here, for instance, is my Vins Spiritueux, Nectar of the Gods on a wine bottle.

I read about the site from a post at Gustav and Gayle, where ‘The King of Sweden meets the Queen of Thrift’, and where Gayle is currently creating some wonderful jewellery to sell at her Etsy shop. She had placed some of her recent creations in various settings.

Once I started, I couldn’t stop. Here is Day at the Exhibition lighting up Piccadilly Circus and Clown in the Mirror gracing the cover of a book!

I shall save the others for future posts.

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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