Browsing All posts tagged under »photography«

Do You Ever Sneak Chocolate?

January 4, 2013

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This moment and and every delicious morsel in it is mine.

{Wordless Wednesday} Canberra Sleeps As The Sun Rises.

January 2, 2013

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Post festive season Canberra is dull, quiet and oh so lazy.

Beautiful Sunsets And Pink Ribbon Skies.

December 23, 2012

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A follow up on yesterday's post.

The Day The World Didn’t End.

December 23, 2012

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Putting the Mayans and their miscalculations aside for a bit, the whole end of the world shebang gave people a reason to host end of the world parties, get married, make babies even!

Darkish Rocky Road – Recipe Included And Absence Explained…Well Sort Of.

October 18, 2012

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Here's a recipe for something sweet and delightful and known as rocky road for all the right reasons. That yummy, gooey, chocolatey and so very sinful slice of heaven we all LOVE.

The Road That Brings Us Home.

September 26, 2012

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As we turn in from the highway,there is a short 1km stretch of road on the way home which is a panoramic setting for some of the most spectacular and breath taking sunsets I have ever seen. Today, after the usual flurry of after school activities, as we drove home I couldn’t help but admire […]

{Please Vote} Circle Of Moms – Top 25 Aussie Mum Blogs.

September 25, 2012

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I just wanted to share with all of you that Mumchic has been kindly nominated into the Circle Of Moms - Top 25 Aussie Mum Blogs competition!

Rough And Tumble

September 16, 2012

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Today I am linking up with a wonderful blog I have only started reading recently. My Mummy Daze hosts a special segment every Sunday called “Windows Of Happiness” where we recollect a moment, a photograph or a thought that has made us happy in the past week. Here’s mine; Last Saturday was the first weekend […]

Bundt Cake – Of Life And It’s Simple Pleasures.

September 12, 2012

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You know how much I love the the little things in life. A stolen kiss, an unexpected hug, glad wrapped coffee , shabby bouquets and messy toast. Tiny gestures that make my world. Then there are the simple pleasures , falling asleep to the lull of an ocean, sharing a laugh or a delightful meal with the […]

Karachi By Sunset.

August 19, 2012

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Karachi- You are life.

Notes From Pakistan – Taking The Ferry Home.

July 26, 2012

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It is the holy moth of Ramadan and the day quietly winds down in Karachi.  Its dwellers who have ventured to the city for work early morning now return home to their families to prepare a feast for “iftaar” – the traditional break of a day long fast at sunset. Stay tuned for my post […]

Notes From Pakistan – The Bun Kebab, The Botal And The Drive In Dining.

July 24, 2012

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So the other night, I convinced my brother to take us out to dinner and no it wasn't to a posh Karachi cafe. It was to Karachi's oldest and most popular food strip, Burns Road . Burns Road is considered the authority on popular Pakistani foods/drinks such as Nihari, Haleem, Dahi Bada and Lassi among many more. 6 of us piled up in my brother's car and headed to Burns Road for an unparalleled culinary experience.

Notes From Pakistan – Ghar Ka Aloo Ka Paratha.

July 22, 2012

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A trip to Pakistan is officially incomplete if you haven't had a traditional Pakistani breakfast. It could be the quintessential roadside Halwa Puri or a more simple home made chaai (strongly brewed milky tea) and paratha (thick rolled flat bread).

On The Shores Of The Arabian Sea.

July 19, 2012

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Often in the west, the media depicts Pakistan as a volatile, war torn country and an illiterate people, largely failing to bring to light its softer,more human side.