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Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park is breathtaking

Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park is breathtaking

Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Last winter I was (quite unusually for me) looking for more winter! I was searching for colder, stormier, snowy weather. I wanted to feel cocooned in nature, to hike and breath in the freshest of air, and to do it alone, at my own pace. I was seeking solitude and peace in the stillness of nature and I found it in the wilderness of Cradle Mountain National Park, just 2 1/2 hours drive from Launceston in north western Tasmania. This rugged world heritage listed park has a diverse landscape of ancient rain...

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Gratitude and helping those in need

Gratitude and helping those in need

Cradle Mountain Lake St -Clair National ParkAvailable as a photographic print Titled – Lakes of Cradle MountainCopyright Millie Brown The end of a decade is a perfect opportunity to take stock of all there is to be grateful for and to give a massive shout out and THANK YOU to all the incredible people who have helped me, encouraged me, supported me or generally just hung out with me in person or on the blog during the last ten years. In the middle of the last decade, some five years ago I made the decision to return to Australia (full time)...

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The Oodnadatta track from William Creek to the Marree pub and onto the Flinders Ranges

The Oodnadatta track from William Creek to the Marree pub and onto the Flinders Ranges

After two nights at the William Creek Hotel it was time to hit the dust and dirt of the Oodnadatta track for one more night in the South Australian outback before we headed back to the bright lights of Adelaide. Following the Old Ghan Railway line the dusty dirt track meanders its way through a barren drought stricken landscape all the way from William creek to Lyndhurst (a good 200 kms) which is where you hit the bitumen again. A little note about the type of vehicle required to travel on the Oodnadatta track. Of course I’m no expert here, given this was my first...

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William Creek and the spectacular Lake Eyre

William Creek and the spectacular Lake Eyre

We didn’t hit the dirt road from Coober Pedy to travel to the tiny outback town of William Creek in the far north of South Australia for the same reason that a lot of others had, which was to experience the spectacular flood waters entering Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest lake (when full). It was however most certainly an additional highlight (for one of us in any case). More on this rare occurrence and the reason why I don’t have one single Lake Eyre photo of my own to show you! © Millie Brown Here we arrive at the junction of the dirt William Creek...

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Coober Pedy the Opal mining capital of the world

Coober Pedy the Opal mining capital of the world

Take the iconic Stuart Highway from Adelaide, travel 9 hours north and you’ll come to the quirky and unconventional opal mining town of Coober Pedy (the name means white man hole in the aboriginal language of this area). It’s the largest opal mining area in the world and the home to 70% of the worlds opals. It’s estimated half of the locals here live underground, while most of them at least socialise and or work underground in what are known as dugouts. If you visited this town in the heart of summer you’d probably work out pretty quickly why you’d...

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The Amalfi coast arrives in the print shop | 48 hour sale on all collections!

The Amalfi coast arrives in the print shop | 48 hour sale on all collections!

Amalfi Coast Prints- As friends and family pack their bags and head to Italy and I’m stuck in what feels like a wet dose of Antartica wishing I was sitting  on a mediterranean beach sipping rosé, I thought I’d add some summer cheer to my Italian collection of limited edition prints with my four new Amalfi coast beauties,  AND give you all 20% off every print in every collection for the next 48 hours, sale ending midnight on the 21st July. CODE – La Dolce Vita Happy mid summer shenanigans to all of you on the ‘other side’ Millie xx...

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Weekend at Mungo National Park

Weekend at Mungo National Park

Copyright Millie Brown For so many years I have wanted to visit Mungo national park after having seen photos my mother took there 15 years ago. It has taken me quite some time! Finally I went and what a place it is! An extraordinary landscape with an extraordinary ancient history. Copyright Millie Brown The area known as Mungo National Park is one of the oldest known places outside of Africa to have been occupied by fully modern humans and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. The place where burials, campsites and artefacts of an ancient...

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Jetstar Australia magazine; Arnhem Land Photo Essay

Jetstar Australia magazine; Arnhem Land Photo Essay

Last year (as some of you may already know) I had the great privilege of spending a week in north east Arnhem Land with the Yolngu people who live on their ancestral country (homelands) in this remote and stunning area of northern Australia. I've also just recently had the privilege to have been able to share some of my images and words used in a story written by writer - Krysia Bonkowski with a wider audience in a beautiful 9 page photo essay (and cover) in this months October 2017 Jetstar Australia Magazine. My time in Arnhem Land was the...

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Kangaroo Island; hiking and shooting

Kangaroo Island; hiking and shooting

Described as Australia's Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island and sits off the coast of South Australia, a mere 30 minute flight from the city of Adelaide. Back in May I had the pleasure of photographing a story for this months (August)  Qantas magazine on the island, and it involved pulling on the hiking boots for some serious walking....more specifically, hiking part of the recently launched 61 km Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail  from the luxurious Southern Ocean Lodge. And while myself, writer Jo Mckay and our Southern Ocean Lodge guide had to deal with some pretty heavy rain at...

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Arnhem Land - A Moment

Arnhem Land - A Moment

Yesterday was the day I was able to happily share my finalist image for the National Photographic Portrait prize 2017. And in case you are not following me on Instagram I thought I would share it here with you all. I am hugely excited to have this image as one of the 49 finalist images in this years event and to be heading over to join the other finalists at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra for the launch this Friday evening. (The exhibition opens to the public on Saturday 1st April).   The photograph titled 'A Moment' features young...

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Food, fun and family

Food, fun and family

Earlier this year I spent 5 out of 7 nights a week hunkering down in front of the television to watch my niece cook her way into the top 5 of Masterchef Australia. To say I was proud of her achievements would be understating it by a mile, so I was  thrilled to bits when she asked me to shoot some of the images for her recently launched website, Mimi Baines. Thanks Mim for the fun and the yum factor,  (there was definitely as much eating behind the scenes as there was work)! Grab your apron and hop on over...

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Women and wine shoot, Fleurieu Peninsula

Women and wine shoot, Fleurieu Peninsula

© Millie Brown Back in January of this year I had the pleasure of shooting the 'Women in Wine' article for the gorgeous Fleurieu Living Magazine's Autumn March edition. (Still currently selling on news stands and other outlets in SA). At the time of the shoot the temperature just happened to reach a not so comfortable 40°, fortunately we had a big beautiful cloudy soft box sky which not only gave us some relief from what can be a scorching sun at that time of year but it also relieved me from having to deal with too many harsh shadows...

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Moving with the ocean

Moving with the ocean

© Millie Brown © Millie Brown A couple of months ago I decided to start an ongoing project on the sea, or in this case where I currently am in South Australia, the ocean.  My intention was to capture its ebb and flow in differing weather conditions and light. These images are from the first day when I headed down to the beach late in the afternoon ready to capture the water just before and as the sun faded. To achieve what it was I wanted at this time of the day I grabbed the tripod and some neutral density...

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An Australian shearing shed

An Australian shearing shed

Yesterday morning I rose with the sun (hallelujah it finally came out), grabbed a coffee and zipped up to the Adelaide hills to spend some shearing time with these magnificently woolly and extremely well insulated Merino sheep. And as unglamorous as this may sound, I really am quite the pig in mud in an Aussie shearing shed, so a huge thank you to my very good friends Cas and John who allowed me to shimmy around, over and under everything and everyone to get these shots....x Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie...

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Sir Hans Heysen - The Master painter of Australian landscapes

Sir Hans Heysen - The Master painter of Australian landscapes

Copyright Millie Brown "I feel that an artist must receive his so called inspiration from  a direct emotional reaction to something seen in nature. It must come through the eye to the mind, just as the art of music comes through the ear to the mind and is then transformed into a personal creation.  I doubt the value of a painting unless it has that 'inner feeling' that is the result of the love for the thing seen and painted - therefore I suppose we paint best those things with which are most familiar . As long as we have...

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Spirited and edgy Marseille, France

Spirited and edgy Marseille, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown  Le Panier, the oldest area of Marseille Copyright Millie Brown La Plaine and it's street art Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Rudy Riccioto's MuCEM Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Marseille has been described as 'the grit in the Cote d'Azur oyster' and even though I have never thought of Marseille as being part of the Cote d'Azur or French Riviera I love the analogy, and its also exactly how I love a city; raw, spirited, edgy and old, 2600 years...

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A south of France Christmas

A south of France Christmas

Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Miilie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Eze village | © Millie Brown Beaulieu sur Mer | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown Aix en Provence | © Millie Brown There is something magical about Christmas in Europe; the lights that spring to life late in the afternoon, woolly jumpers and snuggly coats, hot chocolates and open fires... and I am...

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Italy, summer days on the Amalfi Coast

Italy, summer days on the Amalfi Coast

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown The Amalfi coast in Italy needs no introduction from me, suffice to say that it is one of the world's most popular and beautiful tourist destinations.  The coastline is dramatic and mediterranean gorgeous, beauty is everywhere you look and it is to be found both on and off the beaten path, on land and on water. If however you are like me and don't...

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A taste of life in the streets of Naples, Italy

A taste of life in the streets of Naples, Italy

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown Copyright Miillie Brown I couldn't have been happier to have a whole 7 hours to spend in the historically beautiful and vibrant city of Naples while I waited for my sister to arrive from...

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Corsica; part 1 Bonifacio and up into the mountains

Corsica; part 1 Bonifacio and up into the mountains

BONIFACIO Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown THE MOUNTAIN VILLAGE OF LEVIE Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Corsica; I have dreamed of visiting this mediterranean island for the longest time, so when Australian friends invited me to join them for 5 nights I jumped at the opportunity (after all I am but a 40 minute flight away)! The plan, to meet up in Bonifacio and then head north through the island's rugged mountainous centre and finish in the town of Calvi situated on the island's north west...

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Corsica; part 2, Corte and the Restonica Valley

Corsica; part 2, Corte and the Restonica Valley

Copyright Millie Brown Notre Dame des neiges stands in front of the 'Aiguilles de Bavella' (Bavella needles, mountain peaks). Copyright Millie Brown After a night spent in the charming village of Zonza and a wonderful dinner of wild boar we headed to the Aiguilles de Bavella and then north again further into the mountains to the town of Corte. Copyright Millie Brown Farmed animals here are free to roam and feed themselves on the island's wild chestnuts and other plants and island herbs, at the same time they are kept away from the olive tree which would make their meat...

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Corsica; part 3, Porto, L' Ile Rousse & Calvi

Corsica; part 3, Porto, L' Ile Rousse & Calvi

PORTO Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown We arrived into Porto from the Restonica Valley just in time for sunset and dinner and left not long after a late lazy breakfast overlooking the marina the next morning. All of us would have been more than happy to have stayed and explored everything that this part of the coast offers, however we needed to be in Calvi that night for our departure back to the mainland the next morning, and we wanted the day to enjoy and appreciate the less direct coastal road which had come highly recommended....

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Hervé Frézal, fleuriste

Hervé Frézal, fleuriste

© Millie Brown © Millie Brown © Millie Brown © Millie Brown © Millie Brown © Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown The handsome guy amongst all the color and beauty is Maurice and he's a permanent fixture at the sublime Hervé Frézel Fleuriste in Beaulieu sur Mer. While he doesnt quite 'match', I personally think he is adorable! A big thank you to Hérmine and the staff at Hervé Frazel for allowing me to take these images, quel grand plaisir, merci mille fois. Wishing you all a colorful weekend. Millie xx Hervé Frézal | 33 Boulevard Géneral...

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Australia; a weekend road trip to the beach

Australia; a weekend road trip to the beach

Copyright Millie Brown The serenity of early morning fishing on the Coorong. Copyright Millie Brown The Coorong and the Pelican...think Storm Boy! Copyright Millie Brown What would a road trip be without a slight hiccup, salt pans..... Copyright Millie Brown led me to a small incident.......which led me to Dan, a very helpful guy with a rope! Copyright Millie Brown 'designer' Angus beef is grown in the Coorong area Copyright Millie Brown Further along at the roadside fish stand I chatted with Shane and Sam and met Spot the dog (who is terrified of both firearms and cameras)! Copyright Millie...

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'Let me see beneath your beautiful'; A portrait shoot

'Let me see beneath your beautiful'; A portrait shoot

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Picture This workshop with Portrait /Lifestyle Photographer Carla Coulson; Recently I spent four wonderful days learning from the generous, patient, and incredibly talented Carla. Learning how to capture the essence, the heart, the emotion of a person, how to make a connection with my subject and how to capture that moment.  Learning how to create the mood with fabulous locations, styling, wardrobe, poses and LIGHT, beautiful, beautiful natural light! I truly believe inner...

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Paris; autumn's 'moveable feast'

Paris; autumn's 'moveable feast'

“But Paris was a very old city and we were young and nothing was simple there, not even poverty, nor sudden money, nor the moonlight, nor right and wrong nor the breathing of someone who lay beside you in the moonlight.” Ernest Hemingway. Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Two days in Paris; Racing through Paris on my way back to Australia was spent running from pillar to post, cramming lunches, dinners, coffees, museum visits and photos into what seemed like a whole 2 minutes....

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Switzerland; the land of milk and deck chairs!

Switzerland; the land of milk and deck chairs!

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown I was in the Jungfrau Region of Switzerland and so was the quintessential deckchair; unfortunately my bottom barely touched one as it was incredibly busy helping to push me up and down mountain tracks (not that I was complaining I loved every glorious minute of it). And, hell no that's not me looking like a 'hiker' in the first photo!  I wouldn't be distinguishable by poles or anything quite as practical! No, to find me would be to find the limp and the rather unattractive...

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Summer days in Provence, France

Summer days in Provence, France

The elegant place d'Alberta in Aix en Provence.  Keep up the good work guys! Aix en Provence  Les Baux de Provence. I never ever tire of lavender in any form.  The village of Paradou and it's Bistro, Le Bistrot du Paradou, is a great place for lunch or dinner. I first ate here before trip advisor existed or a tourist guide bothered mentioning it. A freezing cold January day spent here with enough red wine to keep us warm for a month and my first ever rabbit dish, all by an open fire.  Town of St Remy de Provence Yet...

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City Break Florence; All that I love

City Break Florence; All that I love

 One of the best time to be anywhere near the Duomo is very early in the morning. Now that I'm based in a small town on the coast of France, I quite like to take city breaks! Actually like most people I like most kinds of breaks! A few weeks ago I was back on the streets of one of my favorite cities in the world, Florence, a city I so happily called home for just over a year. Arriving in Florence is like landing smack bang into all that I love about Italian life; the noise, the aromas, the...

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Rose Festival, Villa Euphrussi de Rothschild, Cap Ferrat, France

Rose Festival, Villa Euphrussi de Rothschild, Cap Ferrat, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright MIllie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown The Rose festival is held each year in May at the sublime Villa and gardens of Ephrussi de Rothschild. Once the private winter residence for over 10 years of Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild and bequeathed by her one year before her death (in 1933) to the Académie des Beaux-Arts, it is one of France's most stunning Villas. I'm a huge fan! I couldn't even tell you how many times I...

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Cote d Azur; a sunday walk

Cote d Azur; a sunday walk

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown It's no secret that one of my favorite parts of the Cote d Azur are the small paths that curve their way all along the coast.  Today being sunday and bathed in gorgeous sunlight with the temperature rising above 20 for one of the first days in months it was the perfect moment to pick a path and head out. Roquebrune Cap Martin to Monte Carlo / and or Carnoles & Menton To do this particular walk, head to Roquebrune Cap Martin (about 28 mins from Nice by train and...

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The Welcome Hotel & Jean Cocteau in Villefranche sur Mer, France

The Welcome Hotel & Jean Cocteau in Villefranche sur Mer, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown  ‘A mon très cher Welcome, où j’ai passé le meilleur de ma vie’.(To my very dear Welcome, where I have passed the best moments of my life’) Jean Cocteau Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Above left and below Jean Cocteau's room no 22 Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Above and below first floor suite dedicated to Cocteau's cinematic career (The cinema Junior Suite) Copyright Millie Brown  Cinema Junior Suite Copyright Millie Brown The view onto the little fishing harbor early in the morning from the terrace of...

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Fishing the mediterranean with JP

Fishing the mediterranean with JP

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown I'm in Villefranche sur Mer, directly in front of the Welcome Hotel and on time; 6.45am, I have  5 layers of clothing on, a croissant, a pain au chocolat, some water and my camera, I jump on board ready to hit the seas with Jean Paul. The sky is not blue as I had hoped, however the light is soft, perfect in fact for photos, JP couldn't look more splendid...

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A fisherman and the sea in Villefranche sur Mer, France

A fisherman and the sea in Villefranche sur Mer, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Happily there appears to be at least one fisherman in Villefranche sur Mer still heading out in a pointu boat early each morning to bring his catch back to the quai, and I found him yesterday morning. Not only did I have the pleasure of chatting with JP as well as with Frankie who repairs the nets each morning, but I also arranged to head out to sea one morning next week.  And while killing fish has never ever been my thing (I always want to throw them all back in...

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The Fort of Mont Alban on the Cote d Azur

The Fort of Mont Alban on the Cote d Azur

Copyright Millie Brown The minute the sun shines in this corner of the world the pétanque players are picking up and throwing their boules, and pulling out their tape measures, and it's usually all enjoyed under the shade or amongst the olive trees. Copyright Millie Brown Take a step to the right and drop down into the city of Nice, a step left and visit the 16th Century Fort du Mont Alban Looking east from the Fort, passing by the bay of Villefranche sur Mer, Peninsula of Cap Ferrat, Cap d'Ail, Monte Carlo you can see all the way to...

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The Chevre d'Or hotel in Eze Village, France

The Chevre d'Or hotel in Eze Village, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Superlatives flow when you visit the divine La Chevre d'Or hotel situated in the perched medieval village of Eze on the French Riviera. A few days ago while enjoying a brilliant sun filled day here on the coast I was allowed the pleasure of wandering the terraced gardens with my camera, what a joy! Millie xx Map of the French Riviera Practical Information Eze Village is situated on the French Cote d'Azur, overlooking the mediterranean and the magnificent peninsula of Cap Ferrat....

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St Paul de Vence, France

St Paul de Vence, France

Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown Copyright Millie Brown  La colombe d'0r (above left) Copyright Millie Brown The sun may not have been out for our stroll around St Paul de Vence, but then again neither were the tourists! Millie x Practical Information Closest international airport is in the city of Nice. Public transport from Nice to St paul de Vence take the bus Line 400 (55 mins).

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Lemon festival in Menton, France

Lemon festival in Menton, France

© Millie Brown 2013 Copyright Millie Brown © Millie Brown 2013 If I didn't know better I would have sworn the confetti falling on me was snow, it was that cold in Menton! After 2 hours on the streets with my camera I sincerely regretted having been too lazy to climb back up the stairs to grab my scarf and gloves before boarding the train.  It was freezing, but fun. It's February, so it's the lemon festival (La fête du Citron) in Menton (they are celebrating it's 80th year), and the streets are swarming with lemons, oranges, performers and floats. Not even the...

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L'institut de Français; Villefranche sur Mer, France

L'institut de Français; Villefranche sur Mer, France

Copyright Millie Brown I cannot think of one solitary thing that I do not love about the French fishing village, Villefranche sur Mer. Nestled on the shores of the mediterranean with the hills and ski slopes behind, it sits on it’s own deep harbour between the city of Nice and the Peninsula of Cap Ferrat. It is quite simply, breathtakingly beautiful. In the twenty odd years I have been visiting, it has not lost any of its charm, soul or beauty. Maybe one small setback is that it welcomes many more visitors than it did when I first discovered it...

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Cassie Thring the Artist paints Hugo the dog

Cassie Thring the Artist paints Hugo the dog

© Millie Brown © Millie Brown The most exciting part of my Christmas this year was waiting to see my parents reaction to our (me and my sibling's) best kept Christmas secret, the unveiling of Hugo the portrait and our present of their much loved, extremely spoiled and very large dog. To be able to commission Cassie one of South Australia's most talented and exhibited artists to capture Hugo on canvas was one of the most exciting elements of the surprise.  I am a huge admirer of her talent and creativity.  She is not only an immensely gifted artist but...

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Listen to your gut; it's midnight in Paris....

Listen to your gut; it's midnight in Paris....

I feel an Angel is watching over me, however I won't continue to push my luck . It's midnight in Paris and I'm walking home on a cold January night when a cough behind me takes my attention, and I turn to see who is sharing the dimly lit and deserted street with me. I make out a male figure in a dark jacket with a hood pulled tightly over his head, he's 20 meters behind.  As I quietly reassure myself there is no reason to be afraid I quickly take out the gate keys anyway and hope that this...

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Apartment swap; Venice addresses

Apartment swap; Venice addresses

Copyright Millie Brown I was packing for Venice! An email had just arrived from my dear friend Helen who lives most happily between Venice and Australia, 6 months in Venice from spring to Autumn and back to Australia for its warmer months. She had the wonderful idea of swapping homes for a week, I would fly to Venice and stay with her for a night and the next day after we had enjoyed a good catch up she would take my apartment keys and a plane to Paris. For the one afternoon and evening that we had together in Venice...

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Some Florence addresses

Some Florence addresses

For many reasons I never imagined I would love any other city in the world as much as I loved (and love) Paris. However, when I moved from the 'city of light' to Florence to study photography, it became my new love, and they now sit comfortably side by side as my two favorite cities in the world. The Adelaide magazine, Adelaide Matters, recently asked me to put pen to paper and write 10 things I love to do in Florence. The only problem I had with that was keeping it down to 10. I would like to share just a...

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