Frae Scoatland wae luv
Poums an' Wurds frae ma wee brain.
by Alex Gardiner aka The Auld Yin.
Poums an' wurds frae ma wee brain. Dugs ,cats, frogs,dragonflys,big sooks, Australia, people an' propur wurds frae the Scoatish language. Aw guid propur spellin' an' gramer spoked in this wee suffusticated book by The Auld Yin. Frae poums an wurds that's oan redbubble.com unner the name o' Alex Gardiner. This wee classy book his a bult in Scoatish Dickshunary and' thehsorius tae help the unn inish unishyeaatetid tae unnerston' whits goin oan. Noo it's ony wance in a lifetime yea wull get a chance tae read summat like this. Aye it's nae ivery day a classy eddicatid book cums along fur you tae puroose an' maybe buy.
A wid luv fur yea tae mak a comment if yea kin unnerston' it at aw. Nae swear wurds please cos' a huv a very sensativ' nature an' dinny like tae git upset. So if yea canny sae summat a wid like tae hear; jist hud yer wheeshed; or a'll lam yer bum!
The Auld Yin. aka Alex Gardiner.
I am situated in the beautiful Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. I create my sculptures in the scenic town of Bullaburra which is at an altitude of 2,500 feet, between Penrith and the famous tourist town of Katoomba. I hope you enjoy my passion for sculpting and collecting all types of exciting Animal sculptures.To see all my work . My Sculptures are created with love, care and imagination. I hope this is not a selfish endeavour for such passion can be shared by all. I have in the past concentrated on Australian Native Animal Sculptures. Now I have ventured into all manner of animals the larger of which which I have turned into Table Lamps. All my Animals are first sculptured in fine clay.They are then carefully moulded and cast in Hydrostone. Finally they are Air brushed and coated in a clear non discolouring varnish. By casting in Hydrostone they keep the exact detail first achieved in the fine clay. Hydrostone is the oldest of all the Gypsums.
Poums frae ma wee Brain Published December 21, 2010
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