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Saturday, November 12, 2011

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Russian Red - Fuerteventura

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This roll of black + white film has been quite the traveller. Shuffled between three cities: Melbourne, Auckland then Singapore. (In that order). It happily features: our little niece having a shy moment in our living room; our very own chalkboard of scribbles on the apartment wall; an ideal diy lunch (rye bread sandwich w/ baby spinach, cheese & tomatoes) ; my room back in Auckland and a Melbourne evening sky.

Take this, as a token of our love of photography. And black + white. And take these posts as an assurance, we're making baby-steps towards more frequent and regular posting. I swear!

Me, this week. Been getting lost in my sea of to-do lists, revised and re-revised lists that no longer have a start nor end. Freaking out about a quickly approaching trip to China ( just 2 days away!), and still wondering if I'm really prepared enough.

Oh, and trying hard to fight a new habit. watching Mad Men. Every night. Baby steps, then.

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7 comments:

Annette said...

These photos are truely beautiful, congratulations! Oh, and Mad Men... what a show, I loved it, it has that wow-effect.
Best wishes for your trip to China!

Love*Annette

l i s a z h a n g said...

love these photos!
something rather nostalgic about them!
ur niece has the cutest hair cut hhahaha
if i showed it to rick he'd want my hair like that!

x

www.devious-studios.blogspot.com

Maria said...

Ah, traveling b&w film :) I'm trying to post more frequently too but mmmhmhmhm...life gets in the way :D

Dress Code: High Fashion said...

Lovely post + the sandwich sounds delicious!

Have a nice weekend, Jen

noura. said...

oh my.. this is so beautiful

Noelle Chantal said...

Beautiful photos as always. And your niece is very adorable looking!! I hope you enjoyed your China trip. Looking forward to see the China photos here! Have a great week! :)

galatea. said...

these are beautiful.

and you write just as good as you photograph. very lovely to read about your travels and random moments xx

looking forward to your posts from china x