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Day 303 #Project365

I did not take any photo today as I was busy recovering from our ‘action-packed’ weekend. I did take heaps of photos then, so for today’s post I will share some of them, taken from several activities we did over the weekend.

303-365 duckling
Nikon D90 | AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED | ISO400 | f/7.1 | 1/640 |

School Spring Fair. The Animal Paddock was always the highlight at the fair, and this year was no exception. Who could resist those baby animals? So soft, super cute and cuddly!

303-365 snags
Nikon D90 | AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G | ISO200 | f/5.6 | 1/1000 |

Spring time camping at Wee Jasper. We usually crack open our tent in summer time, but this year we did it earlier. The camping season is officially opened. Let’s welcome more outdoor cooking, less frequent showers, and drinking after 3PM!

303-365 kir and cas
Nikon D90 | AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G | ISO400 | f/6.3 | 1/40 |

Ms 4’s BFF’s Caspar turned 5, and there was no way in the world she would miss it. We jumped into the shower as soon as we got home (straight from campsite) to wash off all the camping 5 inches thick of dust and dirt, and went straight to his party. All the kids were given this cute Scooby-Doo T-shirts once they arrived as it was the theme of the party and Caspar’s favourite cartoon character. 

This kind of weekend makes you exhausted, but happy. Totally worth the effort.

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Day 267 #Project365

What a stupendous Sydney weekend we just had. Packed with fun-filled activities. We were catching up with dearest friends, had a baby shower party, had a big gals’ night out (me), bumped into childhood friends who I haven’t seen for more than a decade(!), shopping, and even managed to squeeze in going to the beach (and shoot my very first maternity portraits!), tennis and hours of minecraft (for the boys).

Sunday came too soon. The great weekend has come to end end. Feeling exhausted and hungry we decided to grab some dinner at Shalom (Indonesian Restaurant in Anzac Parade). I went in almost asleep but came out in total alertness thanks to the super spicy dish I had, the grilled chicken in Balinese sauce. I can take a lot of heat in my food, but even I found it hard to finish all that yummy sauce tonight. We finished off by sharing some Es Campur Durian.

It’s the perfect dinner to keep us awake through the 3 hours drive back home. Until next time, Sydney.

267-365 indonesian meal


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