I'm a pisces, I love to swim, I love to stand under the shower feeling water running over me, I learnt to swim by jumping in the deep end of pool after my doll (my delightful brother chucked it in the pool). My grandfather was an Olympic class swimmer, I swam competitively and my mum and I use to go the local pool at some ungodly hour of the morning to do laps before I went to school.
I also love nothing more than to sit watching waves crashing on to a beach or rocks. When I was in high school one of our camps was to a place called Kangaroo Island, just off the coast of South Australia. The far side of this island faces the Antarctic (its fair way from it, but the wind comes from that direction) and is buffeted by some fairly strong winds and the waves crashing in are spectacular. There are a few places the waves are known to splash up to 50 metres or more up the side of the cliffs. We actually have some shots from that camp where a few of the blokes got a shower unexpectedly whilst standing on the top of one of these 50 odd metre cliff faces.
So to celebrate the memory of that camp I went for a wander through the studios of a few Polymer Clay Smooshers to find some 'water' pieces or things that remind me of water.