Event, Melbourne

White Night Melbourne

Last night Melbourne came to life like never before with live indie music, illuminated buildings, creative art installations and lots of entertainment (and crowds!) to keep visitors happy from 7am to 7pm. This event known as “White Night” is a lively summer festival of light. It was a very hot and humid evening but the event was uber-cool, hip and very captivating. The packed train ride home though was far from pleasant! Still, Melbourne proved once again why it’s the artistic capital of Australia.

(All photos taken with iPhone 4S)

White Night
At NGV
Projections
Illuminations
Coffee Gelato
Blue Fountain
Flinders St Station

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London, Travel

Residences of London

One year ago today I landed back home in Melbourne. I was thrilled to be back but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t miss London. The UK was my home away from home for 23 months and I strongly believe that any city you call home for longer than a month is likely to be hard to forget and easily heart-warming to reminisce about. London and I became very good friends. I enjoyed my short train rides into the city from my apartment and loved many different aspects of my life there. In this blog post I wanted to showcase London’s residential architectural styles in various areas like Belgravia, Chelsea, Kensington and more. Each area was so unique and different from one another and I loved that about London. I was proud to call London home and hope to return some day soon and live in one of these beautiful buildings right in the centre of the city.

Earl's Court Detail Close-up detail Entrance Kensington Mews Mix of Styles Belgravia