Sunday, 30 June 2013
The task at hand for the 2095 was to identify as much bling in a single market as she could and even if she does say herself (never of course being known for her own to embody humbleness: as a wise man once told her "if you don't blow your own trumpet, no one else is going to do it for you") she did a pretty good job.
So without further ado the 2095 presents bling located at a market in the 2086.
Saturday, 29 June 2013
Being a somewhat of an unusual person (to which the 2095 stands loud and proud) I set myself challenges at each market I attend.
This particular challenge was to identify how many different types of cheese could be found in one locale.
The chosen "target" was a small yet village'y-green location in that most accommodating postcode zone of 2011: where the cool hang out, where the hungover obtain much needed sustenance, and where basically it's nice to simply watch the world go by.
Whilst not the avid consumer of cheese these days, it does tend to have its own art form once captured by the lens and there have been times when the 2095 simply must succumb and taste and NEVER at any stage to be disappointed!
It must also be noted that while there appear to be quite a few of the "blue" (aka stinky) cheese, each has it's individual taste and location of production
Friday, 28 June 2013
Thursday, 27 June 2013
Being somewhat obsessed by Buddha and the Gods who bring peace, love, harmony and understanding the 2095 chick likes to hunt them down and struck gold at her favourite Sunday Northern Beaches Market: Frenchs Forest.
Sometimes in life, it's important to stop, take a breath, remove the external "noise" and just be.
Tuesday, 25 June 2013
Being somewhat obsessed with love-hearts as they usually photograph beautifully, this 2095 market chick decided (on a whim) how many love hearts she could spot in one day at a single market.
Therefore I present to you, 10 love heart shots taken at Double Bay Organic Market
Monday, 24 June 2013
As a photographer the 2095 chick tends to select "things people wouldn't ordinarily see" even more so at markets or when out and about.
Traditionally she is not one who gets the "ooh" and "ahhh" satisfaction from obsessively capturing leaves and trees.
However there is one particular plant that is almost impossible to resist. It is deceptively simple in its flawlessness & this is somehow magnified once viewed from behind the lens.
Each Orange Grove market visit, the 2095 chick MUST shoot this amazing flower at all costs, and somehow is able to identify the latest addition to an already amazing collection with no prompting from Nick (dubbed The King of Orchids)
So for my friend Nick my top 10 shots of your beautiful orchids
however given it is me, be assured there will be more of Nick's gorgeous flowers and plants in blogs to come