Hverdagen Melbourne

About Time

I know I haven’t blogged in ages, but I’ve been so busy with moving out, finishing my last assignments, and being as social as I possibly can before going home to Norway for the winter break. I got home this morning, actually. I can’t remember if it’s ever been this boring coming home. No one’s here to keep me company as I’ll be picking up my mum at the airport later. I’m trying to keep myself busy, so I’m pretending that I’ve almost unpacked my things (which I clearly haven’t), and I’ve been to the hairdresser where 40% of my hair ended up on the floor. Yes, it’s quite short now. If I were the sort of person who took self-portraits and uploaded them onto my blog, you could see how it looks like. But I’m not, so you won’t.

I have so many new images I want to share with you guys, but that I haven’t finished editing yet. I’ve been shooting heaps this semester, and not just for uni, mostly for me. I’m usually happier and more creative when I’m not working under pressure. Not that I don’t work well under pressure, I sometimes just need more time and less things on my mind when I want to create good images. And with juggling uni, work, ANSA and sometimes several shoots simultaneously, can be exhausting.

I’ve lately been obsessing over doing my assignments at good cafés in or around Melbourne. I find it hard to concentrate while I’m sitting at home trying to study. There are so many ways to distract myself. Everything from watching movies to making food and looking at the mess on my bedroom floor. I should probably consider writing reviews about all the cafés I’ve been to, and will be going to once uni starts again.


Ragnhild Utne er en fotograf, kommunikasjonsdesigner og guide bosatt i Longyearbyen. Hun har en bachelorgrad i fotografi fra RMIT University, Australia, og en mastergrad i kommunikasjonsdesign fra University of the Arts London.

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