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A very short story.


Hi 

       Jaime here in this beautiful Country of Australia, I love this place, originally came here for 2 years like so many 'Brits' I had my trip planned for the return to England, part of it being on the Trans Siberian Railway. Never made it! I stayed and became an Aussie.


I did love London too at the time, the 2 Countries were so opposite. I worked in London in Kensington in the 6th largest Hotel in London at the time, receptionist with all the stars and

glitter, met 3 Australians and travel plans changed. Applied to the Australian Consulate and was accepted, just had to wait for the paperwork. In the meantime placed an ad in a magazine for a job  in Europe.  Whilst I was waiting and out of  the 6 replies I received accepted a job in a tearoom in Spiez near Interlaken in Switzerland, on top of a type of cliff with views over the lake and village and took lessons in the language for the year. Had to reschedule my trip to Sydney but as soon as I touched down on British soil advised them I could go as soon as possible. June 1st I left and lost a day in the air!


Just to summarize an otherwise long story, I taught myself how to handle a camera and had my own business for 18 years. People, mainly children were pretty much all I photographed. Early on I had experimented shooting landscapes, animals,  scenery, buildings and a close friend challenged me that I would not be able to photograph people, ( I used to be very shy ) Umm, I thought, okay, I will have to get another lense and from then on people photos were the only photos I took and got paid for it. I loved it.


Many things happen in a lifetime and now I just cannot seem to keep away from the laptop.

Let us see how I go !!!


                                                  Bye for now,    Jaime.

e.

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A very short story.


Hi 

       Jaime here in this beautiful Country of Australia, I love this place, originally came here for 2 years like so many 'Brits' I had my trip planned for the return to England, part of it being on the Trans Siberian Railway. Never made it! I stayed and became an Aussie.


I did love London too at the time, the 2 Countries were so opposite. I worked in London in Kensington in the 6th largest Hotel in London at the time, receptionist with all the stars and

glitter, met 3 Australians and travel plans changed. Applied to the Australian Consulate and was accepted, just had to wait for the paperwork. In the meantime placed an ad in a magazine for a job  in Europe.  Whilst I was waiting and out of  the 6 replies I received accepted a job in a tearoom in Spiez near Interlaken in Switzerland, on top of a type of cliff with views over the lake and village and took lessons in the language for the year. Had to reschedule my trip to Sydney but as soon as I touched down on British soil advised them I could go as soon as possible. June 1st I left and lost a day in the air!


Just to summarize an otherwise long story, I taught myself how to handle a camera and had my own business for 18 years. People, mainly children were pretty much all I photographed. Early on I had experimented shooting landscapes, animals,  scenery, buildings and a close friend challenged me that I would not be able to photograph people, ( I used to be very shy ) Umm, I thought, okay, I will have to get another lense and from then on people photos were the only photos I took and got paid for it. I loved it.


Many things happen in a lifetime and now I just cannot seem to keep away from the laptop.

Let us see how I go !!!


                                                  Bye for now,    Jaime.

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A very short story.


Hi 

       Jaime here in this beautiful Country of Australia, I love this place, originally came here for 2 years like so many 'Brits' I had my trip planned for the return to England, part of it being on the Trans Siberian Railway. Never made it! I stayed and became an Aussie.


I did love London too at the time, the 2 Countries were so opposite. I worked in London in Kensington in the 6th largest Hotel in London at the time, receptionist with all the stars and

glitter, met 3 Australians and travel plans changed. Applied to the Australian Consulate and was accepted, just had to wait for the paperwork. In the meantime placed an ad in a magazine for a job  in Europe.  Whilst I was waiting and out of  the 6 replies I received accepted a job in a tearoom in Spiez near Interlaken in Switzerland, on top of a type of cliff with views over the lake and village and took lessons in the language for the year. Had to reschedule my trip to Sydney but as soon as I touched down on British soil advised them I could go as soon as possible. June 1st I left and lost a day in the air!


Just to summarize an otherwise long story, I taught myself how to handle a camera and had my own business for 18 years. People, mainly children were pretty much all I photographed. Early on I had experimented shooting landscapes, animals,  scenery, buildings and a close friend challenged me that I would not be able to photograph people, ( I used to be very shy ) Umm, I thought, okay, I will have to get another lense and from then on people photos were the only photos I took and got paid for it. I loved it.


Many things happen in a lifetime and now I just cannot seem to keep away from the laptop.

Let us see how I go !!!


                                                  Bye for now,    Jaime.

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A very short story.


Hi 

       Jaime here in this beautiful Country of Australia, I love this place, originally came here for 2 years like so many 'Brits' I had my trip planned for the return to England, part of it being on the Trans Siberian Railway. Never made it! I stayed and became an Aussie.


I did love London too at the time, the 2 Countries were so opposite. I worked in London in Kensington in the 6th largest Hotel in London at the time, receptionist with all the stars and

glitter, met 3 Australians and travel plans changed. Applied to the Australian Consulate and was accepted, just had to wait for the paperwork. In the meantime placed an ad in a magazine for a job  in Europe.  Whilst I was waiting and out of  the 6 replies I received accepted a job in a tearoom in Spiez near Interlaken in Switzerland, on top of a type of cliff with views over the lake and village and took lessons in the language for the year. Had to reschedule my trip to Sydney but as soon as I touched down on British soil advised them I could go as soon as possible. June 1st I left and lost a day in the air!


Just to summarize an otherwise long story, I taught myself how to handle a camera and had my own business for 18 years. People, mainly children were pretty much all I photographed. Early on I had experimented shooting landscapes, animals,  scenery, buildings and a close friend challenged me that I would not be able to photograph people, ( I used to be very shy ) Umm, I thought, okay, I will have to get another lense and from then on people photos were the only photos I took and got paid for it. I loved it.


Many things happen in a lifetime and now I just cannot seem to keep away from the laptop.

Let us see how I go !!!


                                                  Bye for now,    Jaime.



 

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