Wandering around Melbourne after dinner with my family, we came across a lane-way notorious for being covered in street art. There were some pretty amazing pieces obviously completed by very talented people.
It very much reminded me of our visits to Waterloo tunnel in London, where it is practically accepted that there will be fresh graff every day.
Anyone who is on a budget will know that finding art to decorate your home can get expensive. Of course, these days you can buy affordable art on etsy, but framing can be very pricey.
When we went to the Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition in Brisbane we were so inspired by his work, it made me want to go out and buy a vintage camera and black and white film in an attempt to recreate the stunning and emotive pictures that he captured.
After all of the beautiful Spring weather we have been having, yesterday we awoke to the crack of thunder and pouring rain, which literally did not stop all day. I didn’t mind so much, since we have plenty of study to do and I was scheduled to get my last 2 wisdom teeth extracted – so all I could think about eating was this soup.
I really wanted to try to create some vintage-y looking fairground photos, like those I am constantly putting up on pinterest.
It’s been a while since I took a breakfast photo, so I thought I would pop up a quick blog post. Life has been so busy lately, especially with moving my blog over to a .com.au (what do you think??) and so much uni work on, but I hope to get back into blogging more regularly soon!