Beautiful! Stumbled across this incredibly talented photographer, Adam Rindy while browsing through online magazine, Relapse. Oh so amazing, I absolutely just love the lighting and colours in this shoot.
Like I mentioned in my previous post, we couldn't pass this graffiti wall without taking some snaps. This outfit I have been wearing to death ever since I got it, something about the sequins and the little hearts that just does it for me!
I have been trying to tame the shopping a little bit since we got to Melbourne (how do you do it here??) as we still have to set up our home from scratch again. And getting there slowly! I have been getting requests to feature a few home shots, so hoping to get some snaps up in the next week for you all :)
This weekend has been filled with socializing, relaxing, ultimate frisbee and shopping (our empty home is still in need of a bit of love, so every week we try and buy something for the home, using Look Again home shopping catalogues). Neil and I love having people over at ours, so from Thursday through to Saturday we were happily playing hosts to our guests, filling their bellies with braai's (South African BBQ), catching up on some Olympics and generally just having a good time!
Yesterday as we were making our way to the markets, we couldn't go past this incredible graffiti wall without taking some snaps. That's one thing about living in Melbourne that will never get old for me, is seeing art in all forms around the city - whether that's with graffiti, sculptures, buildings (truelly, there are some masterpieces around the place!) or posters. Incredible!
After three months of living in the lively city that is Melbourne, we have discovered so many incredible cafes, bars and restaurants to even mention them all on here! Around every corner and along every little alleyway, there are amazing eateries lined up everywhere, with a huge selection of different cultures' food available.
On Saturday afternoon we met up with some lovely friends and off we went to the Mexican restaurant that is Mamasita. You could tell it was popular by the line of people waiting to enter outside. With the menu keeping simple and consistent to true Mexican flavours, we loved the style of food-sharing and managed to try a range of different items off the menu. And what better way to top of the mean than with a shot of Tequila!