I’ve been super slack on here lately – only because I’ve moved online homes.
I’m now photographing under a different name called LOVELOU.
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It got far too much to run two blogs, a website, a Facebook page AND get all that shooting and editing done- so i’ve condensed my work load a bit
Thanks in Advance!
Decided to re-live my childhood a few weeks ago and went to visit the Auckland Zoo.
Favourite animal was the elephant called Burma, and maybe the little Einstein Monkey. Those meerkats are super cheeky too though, the one below looked like he was on a stake out or something.
My photoshop is a bit of a mess at the moment – so my boarders look like shit. But you get the idea.
My favourite photo is the top one of the sea lion – the colours were amazing!
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Tagged Alligator, Animal photography, Auckland Zoo, Bones, Dinosaur Bones, Einsten, elephants, Meerkat, Moneky, Sea Lions, Whale bone, wild life photography, Zoo
I met up with my parents for lunch in town after shopping on Saturday.
The best thing about that? Not having to pay for anything
We started at Botswana Butchery - the old Cin Cin by the wharf. One word – amazing. By far the best chicken salad I’ve ever had. We ended up at the new restaurant Mexico with a couple of stops in between.
I took my camera along and snapped a few pics. A few glasses of wine were responsible for the crazy antics of my parents. They’re not exactly shy - not that you couldn’t tell by the types of clothes they wear. Before you ask (because she gets asked so often) Mum’s pants are Sass & Bide.
It’s a random selection of images. But sometimes I like to just point, shoot and not think about it too much.
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Tagged photography, botswana butchery, Cin Cin, Mexico, Auckland restaurants, sass & Bide, shopping, auckland shopping, Britomart, auckland City, New Zealand, Auckland dining
Looks like this photography thing was a good idea after all…
I’m heading to Rarotonga in November to shoot a wedding!
Little sis and I decided to take a few photos for her portfolio.
We were losing light very quickly and she was pretty hungover – but I think we got a few good ones. Here’s a couple…
These photos are a bit older and were taken during our month-long trip of Asia.
The elephant was called Ellie and she would visit us during breakfast, performing tricks for food.
The children were so sweet and innocent yet content. I felt bad for getting up close in their faces, but it was entertainment for them and they would rush over to view the photos after I had taken them. They would go from tourist to tourist, posing, giggling and hugging our legs.
Thought every little start-up deserved some kind of logo…