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We have one serious question for the fella behind these carefully constructed biscuit formations: how is it that not one of those sugary bricks has even the slightest nibble out of it?
On a recent trip back home Una Janicijevic was nice enough to show us around – through the parts she remembers and the bits that have changed.
Bri Hammond may be fairly new to Melbourne, but she’s making herself at home quite quickly – not only in her own little abode, but also in the cosy dwellings of other local creatives.
Postcards have a pretty simple job: feature imagery that represents a particular spot.
Before you retire to your quarters to pull on your house pants and watch movies in the comfort of your doona cocoon, may we suggest a looksee at these ever-so pretty snaps?
A pot of tea is simmering on the stove and a gentle spring breeze is drifting through our open windows – it’s as good a time as any to have a browse through Mariam Sitchinava’s lovely snaps.
Despite being only a hop, skip and jump away from the mainland, the little southern island of Tassie is a mysterious place to many Australians.
Dorine Damofli is a French photographer whose travels have taken her little camera on farflung adventures, from trips around Europe to outdoorsy journeys just across the Tasman.
You might reconsider your urge to gripe about our chilly winter once you’ve laid your eyes on this frosty series by photographer Richard Johnson.
Tatsuya Tanaka has been making mini dioramas every day for a couple of years now, and scrolling through his collection is really making us quite smily.
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