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What a perfect day. Today, was my first-ever wedding shoot with the lovely couple Tim & Chella, two amazing individuals who graciously gave me the honour of capturing their wedding day, held at Ttekceba, Dandenong Ranges, Victoria.
Hidden behind my photographic exterior, was a mixed bag of nerves and excitement, there is only so much training and technical knowhow that can prepare you for such an event. However as the day played out, I soon realised that I honestly couldn’t have asked for a more fantastic and understanding couple. The photo session was great fun and amazingly beautiful from start to finish. The Ttekceba Cottage is a photographers dream, with over seven acres of picturesque views. On each turn, we would find another beautiful setting to work with, blossoming with an array of vibrant flora, an absolutely sublime site.
I look back at the photos of the day and all I can think is how genuinely honoured and blessed I am to have been part of their wedding, celebrating and capturing one of the most happiest days in their lives.
Thank you Tim & Chella.
Last weekend, I made my way to Melbourne Open House at Federation Square. (Such an amazing tour of architecture, a visual delight for anyone strapped with a camera). However, even with all the beautiful art around me I managed to find my attention wander with the events outside. As always, The Square never rests. You can always expect to find energetic mix of voices to be heard, and today was no different.
These are a few photos from the day. The photos are of a rally against Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) & UK’s Channel 4. The demonstration brought over one thousand Sri Lankan expats protesting against a bias and unvalidated video documentary which was aired, staining Sri Lanka’s good name.