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Eurotrip

My Husband and I left Australia on the 28th of Feb for our two month European adventure. We’re nearly three weeks in, and so far it has been amazing.

We started in Germany, visiting some friends in a tiny little town in Southern Germany called Wiesenbach. While we were there we saw centuries old castles, sampled the local cuisine (bread, cheese, sausage), popped over to Switzerland for a day in the snow, and visited a local organic farm and a wildpark.






After Wiesenbach Brad and I headed to Berlin for a few nights, then to Aachen to see my lovely friend Maddy. We met her host family, who are all beautiful, and spent a day wandering around her new city. From Aachen the three of us day-tripped to Maastricht in the Netherlands.


After Aachen Brad and I headed to Rotterdam, to visit Brad’s cousin Max, and then we headed to Amsterdam for St. Patty’s day. Amsterdam is a stunning city, and, as expected, very… interesting.


Yes, the above photo is of condom art. I’ll just leave it at that.

For now we’re in Brussels, this weekend we’re popping over to London to visit my Uncle, and after that we plan to make our way to Italy.

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Deborah and Eden | Melbourne Family Photographer

Recently I had a shoot with a stunning lady named Deborah and her gorgeous son, Eden. We were originally planning to go to the beach, but the moment I got to her house it started raining, so we did the shoot around her house and neighborhood instead. In the end it turned out to be a really fun shoot, even with a bit of rain.


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Eadie & Barney | Melbourne Couples Photographer

Today I had a love shoot with a gorgeous couple by the names of Eadie and Barney. They’re very cute. So cute, in fact, that I smiled all the way through the shoot, and most of the way through editing. Before I went to bed I had to share my favourite bits of the shoot so far.



My favourite part of the shoot was right at the very end, a good half an hour after the sun had gone down, when Eadie decided it would be absolutely impossible to stand still for a moment longer. She exploded with pent up energy and ran around like a headless chook before diving on Barney and planting a kiss, at which point I started yelling, “Stay there! Hold that!” This was the very last photo of the night, and even though the lighting is terrible, I kind of love it.

P.s. I also smiled all the way through writing this post. Turns out I’m a sucker for love shoots. If you’d like to see more from this shoot there’s some more photos on my facebook.

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Tahnee - January 22, 2011 - 12:54 am

oh my god.
this makes me believe in love. i’m blown away by this shoot!
your best so far. xxxx