• Tag: iPhone photos

    Welcome To The World Baby Yellowtrace!

    28th May

    Dearest yellowtrace friends,

    And so we meet again… I hope you’ve enjoyed all the posts during the last 5 weeks and that you haven’t missed me too much. Do tell! I thought it was only fair to give you a little update on what I’ve been up to, especially since many of you have been asking about our little ray of sunshine. So here goes…

    Our baby boy arrived at 00:22am on 16th of April 2012. And just like that – everything changed. The world got bigger, hearts grew fuller and life meant more because he was in it. This is something I’ve often heard but never really understood… until now. His name is Luka (he lives on the second floor – and no, he wasn’t named after that song)…

    Scenes From My Weekend(s).

    18th July

    Hello muffins! How was your weekend? Totally awesome I hope! It’s been a while since I’ve shared my iPhone photos here on the blog. In fact, I thought I’d never do it again for some reason. But I’ve taken some lovely shots over the last few weeks (if I dare say so myself) and I wanted to share them with you.

    Things have been really busy here at yellowtrace HQ of late. Too busy for words. I find myself working around the clock these days, and half the time I’m not really sure what I should be doing next. Having said all this, I’ve been so lucky to have had a few beautiful weekends out of Sydney over the last few weeks…

    A Berry Nice Weekend Away.

    30th March

    I know, I know – this post has a totally lame title but I’m not making any apologies for my silly sense of humour. Having said that, there are no prizes for guessing where I spent my weekend, especially for the local readers.

    Husband and I have a little tradition {does three years qualify as a “tradition”} of weekends away for our wedding anniversary. This year we headed to Far Meadow, just outside of Berry, a gorgeous little country town near the South Coast of NSW. We were lucky enough to stay at Sojourn, in one of the two beautiful studio cabins situated in a lush green meadow on the edge of a mature forrest of spotted gums…

    A Little Trip to HUB Furniture Showroom in Sydney.

    22nd February

    I’ve been working on this seriously large project since the beginning of 2009. It is by far the biggest, the most complex and the most prestigious interior I’ve ever been involved in, not to mention that I’ve had the privilege of being a lead designer the entire time. Needless to say that with this responsibility come daily challenges of varying intricacies and complexities. And some days are just plain fun – like last Tuesday. That was the day I headed out to HUB furniture on the hunt for some good stuff.

    HUB showroom is seriously beautiful and full to the brim with stunning furniture and homewares. Clearly my dodgy iPhone photos don’t do it justice, but at least you’ll get the general idea of some of the things I saw…

    Learning Photography | Light [Week 2].

    17th February

    Husband’s little photography course at ACP continues, and this week we are leaning about Light. In case you missed last week’s post, you can get up to speed by clicking here. Light is essential to photography for both exposure and composition, and this assignment was a way to explore how light communicates mood and emption in an image. “Light reveals the unfamiliar and alters the familiar; it can make the ordinary unusual. It’s patterns can create order of fragment a whole into new patterns. It evokes associations, moods and emotions”…

    Tokujin Yoshioka & Other Rainbow Stories.

    16th February

    hese beautiful images are from the installation by Tokujin Yoshioka – a glass window made up of 500 crystal prisms, which will be exhibited at MUSEUM. beyond museum in Seoul this May. Called “Rainbow Church”, the eight metre-high installation will create rainbows within the space as the light is refracted…

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