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I’m not going to lie – I’ve been missing Paris like crazy. I was due to return around now but life happened and it looks like I’ll be here in Sydney for a bit longer. I can’t complain, autumn has been beautiful and Sydney has been good to me. I’m working for a florist and a landscape designer both of whom I admire greatly and whose generosity in sharing their craft continually blows me away. I have a lot to learn and I am loving the process as well as the opportunity to do some projects of my own.  These lovely photographs of springtime in Paris from Carin Olsson’s blog Paris in Four Months will have to keep me sated for now.

   All photographs by Carin Olsson for Paris in Four Months

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Beautiful wisteria in Venice and delicious home grown artichokes.

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I’ve never been to Japan but my interest in visiting is growing. Here are a few things I’d like to see.

This is a rather weird and wonderful little film for Japanese department store Laforet in Tokyo. It was created by agency Hakuhodo.

Currently showing (from November until March) is this pretty breathtaking light tunnel. It’s located in a botanical garden on the island of Nagashima.

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From one tunnel to another, incredible wisteria in the Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Kitakyushu.

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And last but not least these cute shots of the semi wild cats of Fukuoka Island by Fubirai.

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Photographs of the light tunnel from Juxtapoz Magazine.

Photographs of the wisteria from Buzzfeed.

Photographs of the cats by Fubirai.

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