Tag Archives: Photography


Red brick

In the pink city

These spaces I love

To fill with my winding steps

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Make it Click!

After all the photos I’ve been taking in the past year, I realised that since arriving in Toulouse my camera’s just been sitting forgotten in my wardrobe. Well, yesterday it was time to dust it off, charge it up and hit the streets. I took a beginner’s photography course!

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Chasing the Exotic

Last week I went to the beautiful Maison de la Photographie, a privately owned photography museum in the middle of the medina. Their collection spanned from the late 1800s to the early 1900s and included works by the Lumière Brothers and other pioneering photographers/ filmmakers of the time. Needless to say the photography was gorgeous, the subject matter absorbing and the window into Morocco’s past utterly fascinating. Dabbling with analogue photography myself, it was all incredibly inspiring and had me itching to get out my 1950s Braun Paxette that’s been relegated to my backpack since I left NZ.

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