It’s still snowing here! Not sure if that’s a good or bad thing to be honest – yes it looks lovely, but it’s so cold and annoying when you’re trying to get things done. Anyway, it’s definitely a beautiful backdrop to outfit photos! I’m sorry I’m so wrapped up here but I’m so scared of the cold (I blame the Chinese genes) and it is freeeezing at the moment, so I kept myself warm in these pictures with my trusty panda hat, favourite new coat from Hollister and cargo trousers from Maison Scotch I got in the ASOS sale. The stars are so cute, and they look like little snowflakes here.
Paul McCartney is watching you, and he’s kind of creepy.
This is a new addition to the side of the Garment District and Dollar a Pound in Cambridge. I rarely go in there anymore, but when I was in high school it was the main source of my wardrobe. 70s argyle wool sweaters, well worn Levi’s mens jeans, over sized plaid suit coats, vests and all those other excellent late 80s vintage styles. I miss some of those items now, especially the argyle sweaters.
“To be able to look back upon one’s life in satisfaction is to live twice.” Kahlil Gibran
Every once in a while, I go back a year to see what photos I was taking on that date. Today, I was pleasantly surprised to find that a year ago today I took one of my very favourite shots.
All the great memories of that day came back as well. We had met up with my husband’s best friends from his childhood. It had been years since they had all been together and much had happened in their lives.
Later on, after everyone left, I headed down to the university to pick up my daughter. She was not quite ready so I took out my camera and took a few shots. My favourite one was actually from inside the car as I had taken shelter due to high winds and cold. I looked out the windshield to the most…
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A couple of shots from a recent commercial job in Tenterfield. A beautifully restored federation house now turned into a B&B run by Kerrie & David Brown. I know there is’nt any shots of the house but the light through the side panels by the front door was amazing. These shots have only had minimal lightroom treatments – namely sepia chic preset (presetheaven.com). The vignette is naturall light, I’m thinking of offering Kerrie & David a price for an hourly rate to use their front door as a studio! – Love it!