Monthly Archives: May 2017

beer, friends, pizza and business

By | May 29th, 2017|interesting people, music|

Excitement :-) It is amazing how alcohol can dissolve the edge off a day beautifully. It is not as nice as the proximity of a business relationship that has crossed over into friendship. I am jumping up and down about it. The written word does not convey the gorgeousness, the silky, smooth, honey voice of [...]

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friendship nourishes my heart and makes me whole

By | May 28th, 2017|bars and restaurants, daily life, friends, interesting people, school|

Beautiful rain. It is so cosy to be inside studying when it is raining outside. I wish I could kick back with some friends and some beer. My social calendar is filling up for the next couple of weeks. Studying is more of a day time endeavour anyway. It is still fun to go out [...]

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in the moment – natural and wholesome native flowers

By | May 23rd, 2017|parks and gardens, photography|

Step one: choose an image that resonates with me right now. Unexpected, but real. Step two: turn on the heater and get my house all cosy for an autumn evening in Melbourne. Step three: let the content of the photograph flood every synapse with an earthy, wholesome texture. Step four: dream of getting out of [...]

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Good beer week – beer tasting

By | May 18th, 2017|bars and restaurants|

Did you know that it is Good Beer Week? In Melbourne at least. Hooray! What fun! Any excuse to try new brews from interesting places. Do they have a beer tasting evening? That would be fun! I found a nice new beer when I went to Byron Bay. Stone and Wood. Have you ever tried [...]

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interpretations of quirky local street art

By | May 17th, 2017|art|

There are definitely some very talented street artists. It is so fun to happen across a new piece in the neighbourhood. I really like the gold splotches, which seem to me to resonate with the inherent beauty of the woman. Although it might be construed as a violent image, I prefer to think of it [...]

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wholesome, glassware reflections and tea

By | May 14th, 2017|bars and restaurants, cinema, holidays, interesting people|

I could drink fine quality loose leaf chai tea all evening, and I think that I will :-) We thought these reflections on the glassware at Brunetti's were amazing. I captured it, drinking Pinot Grigio after a French film. Is there anything so rewarding as photography? It is so fun. Can I tell you a [...]

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