Mamiya m645 with fujicolor 100

Took these photographs a while back when my sister in law visited us here in Melbourne and we showed her around the city. The sun was out and it was a gorgeous day for a fuji film ISO100. A few of these were taken at my boss's beach house as well where we had a 'workshop' day as a team, pretty amazing view from his kitchen! Last photograph was in Sydney now that we are living here :)

The film was developed in Sydney at fotolab. I usually have it processed at Michael's which I think are in my opinion better. The film appears to have static marks which I'm unimpressed with (especially with the Sydney Opera House photograph). You'll see the difference if you look at my previous posts, here and here. What do you think? I can certainly see a difference.

I'm in Melbourne for a day then back to Sydney.

Love to all. x

A little adventure

Hola hola, bonjour, hello

Yes, I've still been quiet but for a good reason.

So here's the very nerdy husband was given the opportunity to work in Sydney for a project and of course we decided to take it on. The company I work for has a head office in Sydney so I just transferred. It all happened so quickly within a few weeks. And well, now we're living in Sydney. :) :)

It's so easy for me to stay comfortable in my own little bubble, same job, same house, same everything. I've been feeling  too comfortable, lazy and unmotivated. Lately I've been itching for change which is quite strange because I don't like change very much, I don't think many of us do.
This little Sydney opportunity is a small dose of a good change, and it's exactly what we need.

I'm truly loving Sydney. I'm only a 5 minutes walk to work, I have a gym and a pool in my apartment building, shops are down the road and I literally have a camera store as well as a little cupcake shop right near our apartment...need I say more?

It has been difficult being away from my family as well as my friends and church community. But I'm sure it will pass very quickly and there's so much to look forward to in Sydney. Like being closer to Wayne's family, great Sydney weather, exploring New South Wales, and meeting new people.

Hello, Sydney.

Melbourne, I will miss you.