Tag Archives: 365 Project

2013 in Pictures: December

Last but not least, December!

This post concludes my year in photos. It’s been a fantastic photography project; it really helped me to develop my eye for a shot and it’s been so satisfying to capture things in my world that would ordinarily go unnoticed. It’s so fun to look back over the year (from the big events to the minuscule details). Now it’s time for a new project – any suggestions?!

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2013 in Pictures: October

After doing September in black and white, I thought I’d go to the opposite extreme and try to capture all the colour of Melbourne. Enjoy!

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