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In May 2013 my instapics were about the local. No travel – visuals and textures around Melbourne.

It’s good to appreciate what’s close at hand, sometimes.

If you like, you can follow my current instapics here, and you can see the rest of the series here.

Instagram (Back)Log May ’13 In May 2013 my instapics were about the local. No travel - visuals and textures around Melbourne.
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  • #Appreciation #Brunswick #Bunnies #DIA VIc/Tas #instagram #instapics #Interior Design #Melbourne #on going #Pastel #Photography #Roses #Series #social-media #Street Art
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Bokeh is beautiful.

The term comes from the Japanese word meaning ‘blur’; interestingly, it can be applied to visual and mental blur (like we’d say ‘haze’).

While we were in Japan last year I took many bokeh photos. In hindsight, they reflect the way I felt at the time; a bit overwhelmed, a bit lost, a bit out of touch with the details, but very much enjoying myself.

Here are the best ones:

 

Bokeh http://wp.me/sOLkc-bokeh Bokeh is beautiful. The term comes from the Japanese word meaning ‘blur’; interestingly, it can be applied to visual…
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In April 2013 I went to Birchip, Victoria. A very good friend’s family has a farm there. The landscape is humbling; such space, beautiful slow decay, a keen sense of the life cycle.

Meanwhile, in Melbourne, plays were seen, macaroons were had and it was raining. Normal, really.

Here are the up to date instapics, as a comparison.

Instagram (Back)Log April ’13 In April 2013 I went to Birchip, Victoria. A very good friend’s family has a farm there.
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  • #agriculture #Birchip #Coffee #copic markers #ducks #farm #instagram #instapics #landscape #Melbourne #on going #Series #social-media #theatre #travel
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Why is this image so popular?

Why is this image so popular?

I have a Pinterest account and I love it.
It feeds the need for new visual stimuli and makes me feel like I’ve got a line of sight to parts of the design world I don’t usually have visibility into.

This is my Pinterest presence.

I don’t collect DIY projects, wedding ideas or homemakers tips; I think all of those represent the worst Pinterest has to offer.
What I do collect are interesting images…

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In March 2013 I took a trip to Darwin in the Northern Territory. The colours made a big impression; vibrant yellow, red and white in the rocks at the beach, vivid greens in the foliage and blues in the sky.

Back in Melbourne, I attended at DIA event at a lighting showroom in Richmond; beautiful lights in many forms and colours. It was inspiring.

And of course the many bits and pieces in between: Creative Mornings Melbourne, live flamenco, macro maps, thrift shops and butt prints. Of course.

For updated pics, click my instafeed.

Instagram (Back)Log March ’13 In March 2013 I took a trip to Darwin in the Northern Territory. The colours made a big impression; vibrant yellow, red and white in the rocks at the beach, vivid greens in the foliage and blues in the sky.
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  • #Creative Mornings #Darwin #Flamenco #instagram #instapics #lighting #macro #Melbourne #on-going #social-media #Thrift Shop #travel
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