Brisbane

forest forage.

forest forage.

It’s time for another image heavy, word light post.

My moving house has managed to coincide with the long weekend, which meant a lot of nothing got done for a lot of days. While I rush around filling and stacking boxes, enjoy a trip in to the Brisbane forests around Mt Coot-tha!

 

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Pentax + 50mm lens + 35mm film = love.

 

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I love the different textures of mushrooms and their surroundings.

 

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There is a honest kind of architecture in the layout of the bush, forest and woods that is really quite remarkable.

 

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I enjoyed this little break to finish this post, and I hope you enjoyed your little break reading it.

Now back to the boxes.

 

Stranger.

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Pizza.

Pizza.

Sometimes it’s the misguided adventures that turn out better than the polished and the planned.

A band practice and a catch up went head to head, and morphed in to a beer tasting, pizza eating session around West End.

 

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I love finding new places, and I couldn’t believe I’d never stumbled upon this one before. Bosc. is just a few blocks from the SAF studio, and is practically next door to The End bar. I guess I’ve just never walked those extra few steps.

 

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I’m pretty fond of beer, and love the craft movement that Brisbane is wholeheartedly carrying along on the shoulders of essentially every ‘indie’ establishment / bar.

I tried a pretty amazing limited edition Christmas concoction, strong enough to strip your floors and made up of a palate of rum and spice. Amazing and crazy all at the same time. I settled on a Murray’s Moon Boy Golden Ale and was very happy with my choice.

 

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After some banter at the bar we wandered down to a street pizza and kebab place for a family size flavour explosion of pizzaness. We all settled on a very Italian veggie option [thanks guys!] and enjoyed the cool breeze and street vibes.

Stranger.

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