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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.
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.
Like much of the goodness to come out of Japan, Sayaka Minemura’s snaps are cute, eye-pleasing and occasionally downright odd.
Photographer Greta Wolzak's muted palette has a certain quality that makes us feel like we're wading about in a twilight dream.
Johanna Tagada may not consider herself a 'photographer' per se, but a flick through the French lass' snaps suggests otherwise.
For Inaki Soria, photography and travel go hand-in-hand.
The Norwegian snapper talks through her favourite types of shots, the beauty of natural light and the importance of exercising creative restraint.
Barbara Nowak's dreamy snaps come from Poland with love, plus a great eye for detail and the ability to see the peaceful, meaningful moments in life.
Danielle Kroll creates the kind of art that makes us sigh with delight and squeal with glee all at once.
Marija Mandic might not consider herself a 'photographer' per se, but her sweet and sunny snaps certainly suggest otherwise.
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