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how to support the Australian economy – part 4

 …my heart goes pitter pat. Φ These treats were bought at the magnificent Big Design Market held over at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne on December 5, 6 and 7. Links provided below the board. Happy Holidays! xoxo Dina Featured Image by Nik Harrison for Big Design Market. Makedo – Smart + creative. For kids or adults ;) … Continue reading

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the twenty-four seventy

A little side note… I’ve been wanting the 24-70 mm lens for a few years now. Retailed at quite a hefty price, and me being a prime girl (24, 50, 85, 105), I kept putting it off, planning to get it once I’ve “made it”. But I knew it was a staple lens to have in one’s … Continue reading

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how to support the Australian economy – part 3

…eat well, travel often. Φ this instalment is about my recent Queensland adventures. from koala hugging to friendship bracelets to sailing, i got pretty busy supporting the Australian economy up in Gold Coast, Brisbane and Cairns. Φ here are a few snapshots of the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and of the quaint town cedit Palm Cove. Shop Part … Continue reading

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The Paddington Antique Centre

Simpler things, simpler times. Here are some snapshots from my visit. xo Dina Taken at The Paddington Antique Centre in Brisbane, Australia.

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Classic Aussie Snags

snags – Australian slang for sausages Here’s the shoot I did last week for The Snag Society, the latest gourmet hot-dog cart-slash-caterer in town (Melbourne, AU). I tested The Greek myself (see above – so juicy) and loved the ultra laid-back launch party…made me want to run off to L.A. with my loose hair flowing down my … Continue reading

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Kuwait

Kuwait is the second Arab country I officially visit (and I can’t wait to see more of the Arab & North African worlds…insha Allah). Seems like in the Gulf countries, it’s rare now to get an authentic feel of the traditional culture. Even as the heat was full-on outside while on the inside, the malls were packed with Arabs dressed to the … Continue reading