It is upsetting that I have only stumbled upon this amazing woman a few days ago. Her images are so inspirational and the first time I saw them I couldn't help but think "this is real art", different to the photos I take that are so alike many other photographic 'artists'. Alison really brings something new to the table and is so inspiring to me. I hope that one day I will be as creative and inspirational as her works and herself. Photo sources: Alison's Flickr or Purchase her prints.
From Friday to Monday I visited the quiet and familiar streets of Long Jetty with school friends.
I must say it was one of the most pleasant experiences I've ever had.
On the first day we drove, partying to an array of music and dinging the bell at glimpses of
P platers, yellow cars or good looking males.
On the first night we rented DVDs & organised the food for our stay at the local Coles before
eating ravioli & frolicking around in the backyard with handstands & cartwheels
& all the other things you remember from your childhood.
On the second day we adventured to the far shopping centre, hunted for
eye pleasing apparel & I slowly embarrassed myself in front of the lovely boy
working at the Cookie Man.
On the second night we watched a horror movie, had a romantic BBQ over looking
the beach & played with flashlights under the stars before a strange car pulled up
& we frantically dispersed.
On the third day we explored the markets & went to the beach. Dogs bounded in every direction
& the sea chased us whenever we went too close to it.
On the third night we had an in depth discussion about our dogs & their character,
relaxed & watched Step Brothers, The Hangover & Harry Potter XI for the
hundredth time all weekend but finally making it all the way through.
On the fourth morning we rose early, cleaned the house, packed our belongings &
went sifting through the bliss that is a second-hand store before traveling home.