Foster Huntington quit his job in New York in 2011 and moved into a camper. After three years of being on the road surfing and camping he decided to build a permanent homebase. So he built himself a tree house. A really big awesome one with a skatepark in the stunning Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.
Stunning light brilliantly captured by San Francisco based photographer Nirav Patel. I especially loved Nirav’s series from his recent trip to India as part of the VSCO Artist Initiative.
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April: Autumn weather continued to spoil us with a warm start to April | Warm balmy evening was spent seeing the last movie of the season at Shadow Electric with my lovely friend Aoife | Blue skies and sandals | Lunching at the new Archie’s All Day | Baking a batch of homemade hot cross buns for Easter, then later making them into yummy hot cross bun and butter pudding – | Stuffing ourselves silly at Street Feud | Admiring the field of crochet poppies at Federation Square for the 5000 poppies project for ANZAC day.
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March: The start of Autumn was filled with chilly mornings and consecutive warm sunny days | Daily morning walks down to Soldier on Espresso for coffee dates with Mark | Cooking healthy with our new cookbook Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi | Finally trying out the ever so cool Bowery to Williamsburg | Loading up on fresh fruit and veggies at Prahran Markets for our new juicer | Loving the pinks and orange sunsets of Autumn | Warm days means I can wear my favourite Funkis clogs | Coming home to beautiful light in our living room.
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Our sunny Autumn morning started with a coffee at Soldier On in Prahran, then into the city for a New York style lunch at Bowery to Williamsburg. A photo walk took us through China Town’s laneways, then over to Curtin House for a browse of one of Melbourne’s best (and remaining) bookshops, Metropolis. Finally, what better way to end a glorious Melbourne afternoon than a cheeky donut or two at Shortstop.