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Just Because 23 ~ Maximum Macro ~ Chinamans Beach

January 23, 2014  •  2 Comments
My wonderful husband gave me a new macro lens late last year. Have been using it for portraiture quite a bit but this afternoon was the first opportunity to get into the little spaces of the big wide macro world. I had forgotten how much I love these little wildernesses! Forgive the indulgence, but here are a 'few' of my favourites from this after...
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Wedding Photographer Tregeagle ~ First Photos ~ HSIEN & SIMONE

January 19, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
My husband was born and raised in Hong Kong and our daily life is coloured with many Chinese influences. For this reason I was very excited to be photographing the wedding of Simone and Hsien. Their wedding celebrations had many Chinese embellishments, including the traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony, in honour of Hsien's Chinese heritage. Here is a...
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Lismore Music Photographer - Invisible Friend NYE @ Falls Festival Byron Bay

January 05, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
As you possibly already know, I spent new years eve dancing in the dust at Byron Bay's first Falls Festival. I was there to take photos of Jimmy Willing's latest show Bring on the Dancing Girls, but before that, I managed to catch one of my fave local bands, Invisible Friend. I love this fabulous foursome with their beautiful harmonies, tight play...
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Lismore Music Photographer - Jimmy Willing & the Hick-Ups NYE @ Falls Festival Byron Bay

December 31, 2013  •  1 Comment
2013 saw the Falls Music and Arts Festival being enjoyed in Byron Bay for the first time. Technically it's about 30kms north of Byron, but only the locals would know where Yelgun is! So this is where I saw the old year out and welcomed in 2014 with open arms. To start it off with a bang, Jimmy Willing asked me to photograph his show with the Hic...
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December 15, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
So families and friends from far and wide descended on Lismore's Oake's Oval last night, to sing carols in celebration of christmas. The new venue saw people with more room to spread their blankets and the kids with more room to run around, but sorry, I am still a lover of that natural amphitheatre which is our riverside and I did miss it last nigh...
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