An Impromptu Road Trip
One of my favourite memories as a kid was family road trips. I loved going to somewhere excitingly awesome and different and just exploring. I’ve always loved talking to strangers, which, I know sounds a little odd, but I love that everyone has their own story, it’s like everyone’s the star of their own movies, with their own story arcs and supporting characters and I have always found that intriguing. So, what does this all mean you might be asking yourself at this point? Well, as luck and slight lack of planning on our part, Nick and I have just realised that this weekend and next week will be the only free time we’ll have until Christmas and seeing as it’s the long weekend here in Aussieland, we’ve decided to take an impromptu road trip to Melbourne. Going down the Great Ocean Rd, and hopefully seeing a lot of awesome things on the way. It’s a drive I’ve been wanting to do for years, so I’m ridiculously excited that it’s finally happening. (Though we’re now frantically doing laundry and trying to pack for the trip which we’ll be leaving on in about an hour.
We’ll be back next Thursday at the latest and if I’m a bit slow to respond to emails I do apologise in advance, I’m not sure what our internet will be like during the drive, but rest assured I will respond!
Hasselblad 500cm | Zeiss 80mm f2.8 | Ilford HP5 iso 400