Sometimes when we do a photo shoot we get bonus subjects. This photo was taken during a maternity shoot (the book of baby names kind of gives it away). The lovely puppy wasn’t scheduled to have a photo taken on her own, but she was posing so beautifully that Geoff obviously couldn’t resist.
Well hello there! How are you on this fine Friday? Are you ready for this week’s quick pick of internet finds? As usual, good things come in threes…
It’s no secret that we love taking pictures of people, but we also like to play around and experiment in other areas of photography. So I thought this week I’d give you a peek at one of Geoff’s recent landscape photos. I love seeing the results of his photography expeditions, and I love this one in particular because it’s a new view of a landmark I see regularly as I run along the river. The colour and mood also seemed appropriate on this dreary winter morning in not so sunny Brisbane.
P.S. I should have mentioned that the colours in this picture were produced in camera using physical lens filters and colour gels, rather than preset effects or Photoshop. Just a point of interest. 🙂
I’ve had one of those slightly out of sync weeks where I haven’t really been sure of what day it is. So I’m both excited, and slightly surprised, that it’s Friday today! And as it is Friday, it’s time for this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…
A little bit of vintage glam for you on this cold Brisbane winter’s day.
Makeup by Poya Link Makeup Artistry.
Hair by Di Vine Hair.
I’ve been fighting off a cold this week which has involved lots of cups of tea and warm blankets, and a little bit of feeling sorry for myself. Luckily the internet has kept me entertained and smiling. Here’s the pick of my finds from this week. As usual, good things come in threes…
As many of you who follow your favourite blogs via RSS will already know, Google Reader closed its doors on 1 July 2013.
The most popular choices to replace Reader seem to be Feedly and Bloglovin’. We’ve heard good things about both, but were ultimately drawn in by Feedly.
But we’re all about equal opportunity, so if you want to follow us via RSS feel free to follow us with Feedly or follow us with Bloglovin’.
More from our recent buskers series. This time a sun-kissed image of a ukulele player outside the Conservatorium in Southbank.
Hello you fabulous things, welcome to Friday! It’s almost the weekend, so here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds to help you start winding down. As usual, good things come in threes…