Retrospective 2019

With just a few days until the next year starts, I decided to put together a post of a 2019 Retrospective. Below is the best of 2019.

Featured Posts of 2019

An afternoon at the Melbourne Zoo

Yesterday I was out of ideas and decided to visit the Melbourne Zoo again. As a member, I don’t pay entry, so I decided it was a cheap option. I spend about 2 1/2 hours walking around the animals and photographing. I went right after lunch, and the sun and heat made most predators – […]

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Plane Spotting (again)

Yesterday the day was beautiful, so my partner and I went plane spotting. It had been over a year since the last time we went plane spotting. This time we were a lot more focused, we knew the ‘good spot’ to take photos. I took my Big Bertha lens (the Sigma 150-600mm) so that I […]

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Falls Creek 2019 Trip: The Photos

Another year passes, and another trip to Falls Creek. This year I didn’t ski, due to financial restrictions: Dean (my partner) and I were saving for a house. Having said that, since the cabin had already been paid for, we decided to join in the fun and have a good time with family. As a […]

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The Joy of Cooking

Yesterday I finally started my project/photographic essay: Joy. I started with a friend who I see every day: Hristijana. She is a wonderful human being with an energy that can turn anyone’s bad vibes into a great mood. When I decided to do Joy, she was one of the first people I thought of to […]

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Dusk in Yarraville

Yesterday, Dean and I went to Yarraville to look at a house (we’re looking to buy). On the way back home, we took a detour to pick up his bike. I dropped him off where he left his bike (long story) and started driving back. The GPS was a bit confused as to which direction […]

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Photos of Cintia

Yesterday I finally photographed my friend Cintia. She and I had been organizing for me to photograph her for a while and our schedules never really matched. Yesterday it finally happened! We met at Carlton Gardens, which I felt was somewhere were we would have a lot of photography options. The Royal Exhibition building, which […]

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Photos of David

Now that I’ve posted all the related material, thoughts and lessons learned, I can now post the photos gilt free. Also, I wanted to get the post done as quickly as possible and take my time to edit the photos. And that’s exactly what I did. So here are the ones I considered came out […]

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Photos of Lucas

During my week off, that spanned from Easter all the way to the following Sunday, I was able to do an “impromptu” photo shoot with my friend Lucas. I thought he was just a friend reaching out to help, and it was, but I later, during the session, discovered that he has done modelling before. […]

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Easter Weekend

Easter weekend was great. Even though the house was ‘slightly’ less fancy than the one from last year, it was still a great house. The most important thing was that it fit everyone that was going on the trip, this year we had a bigger party at the house: 3 couples, 1 single adult and […]

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Favorites of 2019

Lakes Trip

Daylesford

Daylesford Trip: The Photos

I have, mostly, finished editing the photos. Some of them did not come out great when I printed, and so I will have to work on them further. The others are great. Below is a bit of the photos that I have selected from all the ones that made it. The three photos I have […]

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Daylesford: Day 3

Last night we ate at a very ‘safe’ restaurant. The food was good, but they only made really easy to please/safe cuts of meat type of meals. As an example: I had an eye fillet with potatoes, asparagus on its jus and Dean had a sweet massaman type curry. All too safe. The wine was […]

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Daylesford: Day 2

Day 2 of the trip started well. Had a great filtered coffee (batch brew) and breakfast at Larder. Beautiful Ethiopian beans and great take on Eggs Benedict (with peas, bacon AND pork and a hash brown). I would definitely come here again. Maybe not on this trip, as it would be interesting to get to […]

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Daylesford: Day 1

I have to say, Daylesford is beautiful. Today we went to Wombat Hill Gardens (with brunch) and then to the Daylesford Lake. Brunch was good, I had a BLAT (BLT + Avocado on bagel with a fried egg). To accompany, an expresso martini. The lake was beautiful and we had lunch on deck… where I […]

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Dusk in Yarraville

Dusk in Yarraville

Yesterday, Dean and I went to Yarraville to look at a house (we’re looking to buy). On the way back home, we took a detour to pick up his bike. I dropped him off where he left his bike (long story) and started driving back. The GPS was a bit confused as to which direction […]

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52 Weeks of Chickens

In 2019 I spent half of the weekends of the year taking photos of my beautiful chickens Sophia and Victoria. Their lives were taken too soo by a hungry fox and my 52 weeks of chickens became only 21. In their memory, I share with you all 21 weeks.

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