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Autopsy Jude is a scientist by day, cool-as cyborg leopard by night, and a camera wielder by every other time.

Summoned from Melbourne, Australia, this 23 year old social fail is increasingly worried about growing up.

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Thursday, October 22, 2015 at

Taxidermy adventures

It is no secret that I have had a huge interest in taxidermy for a while now. I had learnt some skinning and now I finally got to officially learn the mounting part of it. (All i have left in my curriculum is tanning!) I drove 4 hours one way to the incredibly idyllic town of Stanthorpe.

To be honest, I had never heard of the town before and I had imagined an incredibly red neck/bogan little town, west of the Gold Coast. I was so far off the mark. The drive to Stanthorpe was equally as stunning, driving through postcard perfect towns and national park during the golden hour of sunset. Driving around that time of day is incredibly dangerous for me because I always want to look at the view, more than I do the road. yikes.

I didnt get the do the mount completely but I did get to do a little bit of every stage! Taxidermy epitomises and almost exaggerates the artisty of nature. Each muscle, each nuance of the face and the neck, each cowlick, each hide pattern, some bits you create and some bits are part of the animal, and at the end, when you see an animal looking back at you, and for a moment in time you think it might be real, you know you've done a good job.

I guess its somewhat creepy huh

Friday, January 9, 2015 at

Byron Rodeo

If I could do the Rodeo circuit I would! The rodeo came to Byron last night and you should have seen all the animal cruelty signs. Managed to get snaps and not get hassled by peta activists.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at

Casino Rodeo

I have many peculiar interests and one of them is country genres and lifestyle (except for their fashion and their love of Pink - the singer) I went to Casino Beef Week when I first moved up to the northern rivers. It all that I could ever imagine! Beautiful show cattle, country rock, real cowboys and lumberjacks, and of course, a rodeo. 

I've envisioned myself going to Beef week ever since I read about on some random blog 2 years ago. Sometimes I surprise even myself at the things I find myself engrossed in.

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Sunday, August 24, 2014 at

Pageant Princess

I should be "My Strange Addiction" for tacky american reality TV shows. My  above average interest of Toddlers n Tiaras has compelled me to drive 2 hours north to Brisbane to watch a Full Glitz Australian Pageant.

Admittedly, I was slightly disappointed at the minimal use of full hair falls, stiff plastic jewel encrusted tulle, flippers (false teeth) etc etc, but I believe I am the very small minority here.

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Monday, July 21, 2014 at

Deakin Street

Here is my first attempt at real estate photography. The impeccably dressed model is the house of Angela Ryder; a very accomplished woman working for the Australian Institute of Sport, a great athlete and a cool kiwi chick.
You might remember (but more probably not) I got to house sit this amazing house when Angela went to America for holidays a few years ago - refer to the multiple non-Hamish cat photos. (Golly its been so long!!)
This house is seriously amazing and looks like it should be featured in Real Living magazine or something. The glass roof does wonders for turning nocturnal owls like me into morning people!!!
The photos are featured HERE

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