Monday, October 1, 2012

Feels like home to me

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This long weekend I headed home to visit my parents. It was absolutely freezing and I enjoyed a lot of the weekend snuggled up in front of my Dad's wood fire. I feel so refreshed after a long weekend away and am happy that there is only four days until the weekend again, the gift that just keeps on giving!!

I am trying to practice my photography a little more before I start my course in November. I still have so much to learn but tried to capture some photos that reminded me of this trip home. I feel like I am getting the content right and am just failing a little on the execution but I imagine that all comes with practice. 

I pass the little roadside food stall in the fourth photo every time I go home and the 'Sold out' sign is always up - it is my mission to get my hands on those organic eggs, no matter how long it takes me!

How did you spend this weekend?

12 comments:

  1. These are lovely photos, I really like the yellow in the last one. I had a busy long weekend with a family lunch, meeting a friend for lunch, and a birthday party!

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  2. These photos are beautiful, The last one is just stunning! :) I would love to do a photography course! I find indoor ones the hardest!I will look forward to hearing how it goes :)

    Love, Rachel

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  3. gorgeous photos! this makes me miss my family's farm back in victoria! I had a busy weekend, my fitness comp, watching the AFL grandfinal, drinks and then a relaxing sunday - markets (to go eat crepes), baking, grocery shopping and watching a movie on the couch!

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  4. Beautiful pictures, I love the way how your happiness shine through your photos.

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  5. Fantastic photos! I love buying things from side of the road stalls! Feels refreshing somehow!

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  6. These are great pictures! Your weekend sounds like it was so cozy--country & fireplace & family. Love those things! I'll get to go home to visit my family in December . . . can't wait.

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  7. That is some beautiful landscape!

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  8. This is one of the reasons I don't mind going to Bathurst. Even though I'm not really a country girl there is something so cosy about it. Plus I love those yellow flowers. I'm sure I've passed them before. As for photography I'm the same as you. I need to take a course.

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  9. Love that last photo! Are they sunflowers or canola? SO pretty!

    x Jasmine

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    1. Canola - I wish they were sunflowers!

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