Rozelle markets

Day +888: Rozelle Markets

On a hot September Sydney day, we ventured out to the Rozelle Markets. Located on the grounds of the school, there were many people peddling their wares. Everybody was catered for, including Gaston obviously (he uses antlers in all of his decorating).   There were some old tools (better be careful though!):     And […]

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Clifton gardens

Day +882: Clifton Gardens

Clifton Gardens is located in Sydney’s north, near Taronga Zoo. It’s easily accessible by car, with parking directly at the gardens (for a fee), or in one of the nearby streets (connected by a steep stairway). It’s a great place to bring your family for a picnic, a little dip in the ocean, or for […]

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Day +720: Barangaroo

Hi guys. It’s been awhile since I last posted. Since then, we’ve been to WPPI in Las Vegas, and learnt a whole lot about wedding and portrait photography (and by the way, I’m testing out a new font for this post). I’m also in the process of updating my website to make it more user-friendly […]

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Day +626: Gear or Photographer, Part 1

I’m officially joining in on the debate of whether a “good camera” is all that is needed to produce great images. But instead of showing you how great images can be made with the top-of-the-line pro camera and lens, costing many thousands of dollars, I’m going to do the opposite, and subject an affordable, “hobbyist” […]

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Day +453: Day trip to “Jam Town”

Berrima is the home of jam (“jelly” to my American friends) in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. We haven’t been there for years, and it almost feels like it’s a town that has been frozen in time. Not much has changed. 2 jam shops, a bakery, some cafes and a few other stores. […]

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Day +338: Easter

Yesterday, we went to the Royal Easter Show. It has been years since we last went, so we thought we would check it out. Historically, we have felt that the show was a crowded, hot, disorganised mess; it was a pleasant surprise that things have improved a bit. Any carnival / theme park has a […]

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Day +313: Avoca Markets

Once a month (Sunday), Avoca Beach becomes a haven for market lovers. Crafts, food, and entertainment are the order of the day. The markets are located adjacent to the waterfront (a beach which extends inwards as a lagoon): On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d rate this market a 6. Markets these days aren’t […]

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