Sunday, April 3, 2011

high on life












































































Angus and Julia Stone @ Red Hill Auditorium.

An adventure to the hills.
An eclectic energy travelled through the bus while observing foreign grounds.
The darkness contrasted with street lights that filled the night sky.  
The hills could be seen in silhouette from a far distance.
The voices of strangers echoed in enthusiasm, love and laughter.
Resting on each other while drinking wine through a plastic cup.
I felt inspiration within this comfortable unfamiliarity.

The siblings altered the rhythm of my heart beat once again.
Julia so confident and quirky with her vocals,
Angus so soft and serene,
It was almost like the Auditorium was built just for that moment.
I sat with you and listened,
We were high on life and other things.
A night so rare.
I hope these photographs take you there.
x 

All photographs taken by Sarah Bahbah for Red Hill Auditorium.
(Please credit Sarah Bahbah @ raisedbythewolves.blogspot.com if using my photographs)

31 comments:

  1. So beautiful! : )

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  2. A A A AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

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  3. wish i was there #@ohmygosh!

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  4. Lovely photo's, Angus and Julia Stone are forever.

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  5. wonderful, i love angus and julia stone ♥

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  6. <3 I hope I'll see you soon in Paris! I discovered your music recently and I falled in love! <3

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  7. Beautiful Pic's xxx

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  8. Ravishing pictures!

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  9. really beautiful pics of a really beautiful band !!

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  10. The perfect musicians to break in the new venue, I hope Red Hill Amphitheatre continues down this oh so very perfect road! I loved Angus and Julia more by the end of the night, thanks for sharing your pics Sarah.

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  11. i feel like i could hear their voices just by looking at these photos. you have captured them so well!

    high on life...and other things! hahaha.

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  12. <3 <3 LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. FUCKIN ACE. YOU ARE A GREAT PHOTOGRAPHER!!!

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  14. totes feel like i was there. nice work!

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  15. travelled from brisbane worth every cent

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  16. these photos are absolutely stunning!

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  17. This show was absolutely beautiful xx and so are your photos. Your an inspiration.

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  18. Christine NilsenApril 5, 2011 at 4:14 AM

    I love their fragile and beautiful voices. They are perfect! Thank you for posting the pictures.
    Also, I just read through your whole blog, I got so carried away by your pictures! Such "good times" :) Do you think you maybe could do a post where you do a step-by-step on how you edit your pictures to get that analog-vintage style?

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  19. Thank you for all your lovely comments!

    Christine, I shoot with film- that's where the vintage element comes in. I do tend to play with filters on shoot and off. It's all about experimenting. Next time you take a photo, stick a thin transparent layer of coloured cellophane over your lens! Have a play with colours on photoshop after- could produce some interesting results! Let me know how you go! x

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  20. Oh, thank you so much for the tip! That worked out kind of cool, and very interesting since i'm in a creative moods these days, but I'll have play some more with that. Practice makes perfect! I need to get a hang on it before my first Angus & Julia concert in two weeks, so I can catch some good moments/memoreis there!

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  21. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos; I love them! :]

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  22. lovely, lovely photographs..xx

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  23. Great pictures as always!

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  24. OK, I definitely fall for your blog ! You went to so cool places ! Your pictures are amazing...

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