Category: Australia

Tasmania / MONA

The boys arrived! We went to MONA and saw all the things. I didn’t take many photos for the next couple of days. I got some bad news about a friend that were expected and I kind of already knew, but got cemented and walked next to me like a little sad companion the next couple of days. I just didn’t want to photograph, there were just too many feelings.

Oh. Also the end of this shows the epic hangover of Abi, Tom and Angela. I’ve rarely seen such epic specimens of hungover people in all my life. Impressive.

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Tasmania / Huon Valley

On the way back from our cottage (see yesterday’s post, Bruny Island, people!) we took the scenic route via Huon Valley. Nature treated us to some silly beautiful views, like seriously, it was silly. We crossed a river with a surface as still as a mirror, met a lovely sailor, Angela got weird next to some cottages, had hot chocolate and went through allt the op shops of Huonville (which tbh could be the best named town in the history of cutely named towns) and then ended by heading up to the top of Mount Wellington. We were greeted with insane winds, epic cold and the first snow I’ve ever seen in Australia! But geez, that wind, eh? It kind of felt like the coldest days in Stockholm in mid January (imagine waiting outside for a train at 7am, it’s pitch black, -12 degrees, windy like hell and a vague slushy snow that just keeps pounding your face). Well it was just like that except slushy snow. We went down again, cause you know, cheese to be had and wine to be drunk.

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Tasmania / Bruny Island

Abi and Tom, who were kind enough to lend their spare bedroom and floor to us, were even kinder and lent us a car. So we decided to go on an outing to Bruny island. It was a crisp day but filled with awesome stuff: from befriending a bunch of alpacas (by FAR the friendliest alpacas I’ve ever met! Yay!) to stuffing ourselves with oysters (Angela, not me), cheese (both!), local beer (Angela again, I was driving so I bought and brought with me!) and chocolates, we might have focused more on the food than nature. Although we snuck in a hike, a sunset lookout and two required ferry rides, I think we did plenty. We stayed overnight not far from Bruny Island in a little cottage that looked like a remnant from the 80s. It had lots of old board games and an abundance of floral patterns. As it should be.

Damn I miss that Tasmanian cheese right about now.

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Tasmania / Hobart

In June I headed to Tasmania for a week. Be prepared to be peppered with photos, cause boy I have plenty. The trip was all planned around Dark Mofo, but I headed there early with Angela, because, well, why the hell not? And I’m so happy I did. We spent a few days of insane cheese-eating, walking, exploring and road tripping. We’ve been the closest of friends for years, but never really travelled together. Turns out we like travelling together as much as we like hanging out. Which is a lot. I think this is the first of many trips to come!

Anyway, first out, day one of Hobart. Arrival, breakfast, city walks, cheese and karaoke. As you do.

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Pyramid Hill

I had one weekend off in April and I decided I wanted to go on an outing. So I forced a few friends of ours to go to this fancy schmancy airbnb in Pyramid Hill, a few hours north of Melbourne. Turns out I really didn’t take many photos that weekend, except when we headed up the nearby hill (not the pyramid one though, but you can spot that one in the background of a couple of shots!) to do an engagement session for the two newly engaged people on the trip. The proper couples photos will be shared on my proper photo blog (cause that’s what proper people do), but I took some behind the scenes too. I mean, who doesn’t need photos of Ange and Eric looking all weird n stuff. As you do.

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