Day 5 of Birthday Week (December 29th)

Nearing the end our our three night jaunt in Melbourne and BJ was starting to feel a little better. Fortunately (for all of us) he was finally retuning to the bright and cheerful baby we so adore. On our last night, we decided to walk down Bridge Street towards Richmond in the hopes of finding a nice little restaurant or cafe. RP was craving Italian which was lucky because it just happened to be the first restaurant we came across.

Earlier that day I had bought myself a new camera bag – an over the shoulder backpack which allows me to take the camera just about anywhere. I bought it because I was getting increasingly frustrated with my somewhat ancient camera box because it was never at hand when some of the best photo opportunities occurred. I agonized over the purchase for some hours, though I’ll never regret it because that night, as if by divine intervention, we came across this little nook somewhere on Bridge Street. As soon as I saw it I wanted to get pictures: the contrasting colours, the brickwork, the creeping fig – any photographers dream..

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5 comments

  1. Absolutely amazing colour there. Your models are stunning, and so well behaved!! I love love love looking at your work, it is wonderfully inspiring..

  2. Thanks Sarah! There is much to be said for finding the right spot, in the right light, and having the right models!!!

  3. OMG the colours look fantastic!!!!!!! I didn’t think your photos would turn out that great, but i think the new camera bag has done itself justice! Oh and the photographer is pretty good too xx

  4. Just gorgeous. The backdrop, the subjects and colours are stunning. Love the one of BJ’s protruding chin as RP is kissing him. BJ with atitude.

  5. Been meaning for a while to comment on this one – the colours, and beautiful textures too of the plant, the bricks and RPs jumper so beautifully captured. BJ is gorgeous as always.. RP is looking absolutely stunning, forth one down in particular she is gorgeous.

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