Sometimes I take a photo that is truly amazing and this next photo is one of those - mind you it doesn't happen real often so I feel that it is okay to brag occasionally.
This photo was taken towards the end of the festival when we were starting to clean up. This lovely lady worked tirelessly during the festival. Here is a photo of some water, some colored paint and a bit of action. Let me know what you think of it?
The ceramic tiles that were painted during the day are going to be fired in a kiln and then put up on display somewhere in the buildings at Flinders Peak S.C.
Corio celebrates new and exciting events by holding community festivals.
Flinders Peak Secondary College was funded for a community garden. To raise awareness about the community garden they held a festival to welcome local people in, to encourage them to come and use the community garden and to get together to celebrate a community project.
There was face painting, barbecue lunch, apple bobbing, potting plants to take home, scarecrows to be made, herb garden beds to be planted, a jumping castle and lots of ceramic tiles and wooden squares to paint or decorate.
It was a two day festival and by the end of the second day the organizers were exhausted.