Tag Archives: National Gallery of Victoria

The Changing Seasons – April

The months are flying by so quickly. It’s already time for the April update of The Changing Seasons photo challenge. This challenge, initiated by blogging friend Cardinal Guzman, requires us take photos of a part of our city each month to illustrate the changes that take place over the year. To date I’ve taken shots […]

Discovering Angus O’Callaghan

Imagine being ‘discovered’ when you’re almost 90 years old. Melbourne photographer Angus O’Callaghan knows just what that feels like. In 1968 Angus bought two Yashicaflex cameras for $45 each – one to take colour photographs and one for black and white. He left his teaching job and spent the next three years photographing life on […]

5 Photos/5 Stories challenge – day 4

Today I went to a seminar in the middle of the city. ┬áNormally this wouldn’t be worth noting on my blog but this seminar was in a great location on the 12th floor opposite Flinders Street station, with a huge balcony which meant I had the opportunity to take some photographs. The photo I’ve selected […]

Last days of Jean Paul

After seeing countless photographs from the exhibition on Facebook and Instagram I feel I must be the only person in Melbourne who hasn’t attended the The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, showing at the National Gallery of Victoria. Clearly not, as when I arrive at the 10am opening […]