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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Dinner at ToTo Vietnamese – Victoria Park

The restaurant was pleasantly quiet around 6:30pm on a Saturday evening. After we placed our order, the food cameView full post »

Morning tea at Koko Black – Claremont

Koko Black sent me a voucher to try out the Spring Spoil for Two, so I invited Suz along for some free food. I tried toView full post »

Breakfast at Greenhouse – Perth City

Every corner of Greenhouse matched with their sustainable concept; from the untreated, sturdy wooden chairs to theView full post »

New gear – Canon 600D

I’ve had the Canon 600D for almost 2 weeks now and I’m finally getting used to the different clunkingView full post »

Lunch at Cantina 663 – Mt Lawley

I wasn’t quite ready to post this, but then around midnight last night I was in a tired state and accidentallyView full post »

Faux magazine spread by sabatomic

Fake magazine spread – Bridal inspired outfit

I have always wanted to make my own faux magazine style pages, so after shopping with Suz yesterday, I photoshoppedView full post »

Guilty pleasure – Chicken Rice

Favourite asian takeaway of the moment: Boneless chicken rice from Hawker’s Food at Broadway Fair, Nedlands.View full post »

Wedding Photographers in Perth

I’ve put together a little post featuring my some of my favourite wedding photographers in Perth. The style IView full post »

Baking Day II

Some shots from our baking day last week, unfortunately I had to leave just before the rainbow-layered cake wasView full post »

Breakfast at Milk and Honey – Northbridge

I like Milk and Honey because it’s fairly relaxed, not too busy and there’s something really fresh aboutView full post »

Alannah Hill discount store minihaul

I was pleasantly surprised to find these two Alannah Hill items at the “Clear it!” discount outlet inView full post »

Pizza from Little Caesar’s – Leederville

Joss and I arrived at Leederville on Friday afternoon and were overjoyed to find that Little Caesar’s LeedervilleView full post »