Noah Slee

If you’re into Bob Marley, Otis Redding, D’angelo or Fat Freddys Drop you’re gonna love Noah Slee, check him out here. Thanks for this arvo, was great hanging out, you guys are awesome, definitely be talking soon..

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Melody Phillips - Love it Tau – so RAWW!

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Fav time of year

I love it, the week leading up to Christmas. I love the Christmas spirit in the air, we try to make it as big as possible every year, carols, Christmas lights sight seeing, some more carols, Christmas movies and books. I loved it as a kid and want the same for my boys. This can also be a difficult time for some people, we lost our Dad/Pa 3 days before Christmas 4 years ago, but I know there’s people out there worse then us, all it takes is for people to notice, noticing people goes a long way, albeit just a smile or hello, it still can go a long way. So merry Christmas everyone, stay safe and enjoy this time and for now, here’s some frames from our annual Christmas portrait of our boys…

Gloria Meredith - Wonderful!

Tricia Holmes - beautiful!

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Fav moments of 2012

It’s been a crazy journey so far, but to be able to dream big and set goals with my awesome wife, I wouldn’t have it any other way. As my 2nd ‘official’ year comes to a close, I wanted to share some of my fav moments from some of the weddings from this year. They are favs because of many reasons, some are because I was able to journey with good mates on their wedding day, others are because I made good friends from doing what I do and of course, having a front row seat and watching dreams come true. I gotta say, I can’t wait for 2013, because I’m hooked, I love what I do, so feel free to drop me a line if I can do anything for you, or just for a chat, I’m always up for a chat.

 

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Where the storm began

We were staying with family in Toowoomba over the weekend when the storms hit Brisbane. I took my camera with me hoping the skies would be clear for some good night shots, but the weather always has other plans for me, always. We could see the storm forming and keen for some moody landscapes I set off towards the scary looking clouds. The rain started pelting the windscreen and the wipers were set on turbo. It was very similar to a scene from the movie Twister, where everyone was driving the other way but me, common sense flashed through my mind a couple of times but I decided to keep going. I have to do a shout out to the nice woman who stopped to give me a lift thinking I’d broken down when I got out of my car and started walking up the road with my umbrella. The thought was there and it’s good to know these people are around, but when she saw I was just a crazy bloke with a camera, we both laughed and she drove off. So anyways, here’s a frame from yesterday, I’ll have to go back during summer and hopefully get some good sunflower shots and maybe if the weather will let me, some good night shots, maybe…

storm field

Scott Staley - great photos

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