This week’s assignment: LOCAL CHARACTERS
NICOLE Moody cannot resist taking photos of ducklings at Lake Monger during spring.
The West Leederville resident and her family are regulars at the popular recreation spot because of the uninterrupted view of the city skyline.
“This is our playground and it’s where we come bike riding and walking … it’s our little sanctuary,” Ms Moody said.
“My favourite time here is the mornings with the sun rising and the city in the background.”
Ms Moody said she often took photos of the city skyline reflecting off the water and “can’t go past the baby ducks” without taking a snap.
She officially launched her second business – The Influencer Agency – last week matching clients with appropriate social influencers.
“We already have about 40 influencers on the books from micro influencers with 3000 followers to people with 40,000 followers,” Ms Moody said. It’s the people who make our community great and it’s people who give life to our photo stream. Let’s celebrate the fine folk who make our lives what they are by photographing them in the lead-up to #Snapperth Day on November 22. Ritchie Such people are everywhere – it may be the hip barista who gets you going in the morning, the caring under-9s netball coach, a talented street-corner busker or even a celebrity you were lucky enough to score a selfie with. Picture: Andrew
#Snapperth is all about celebrating and sharing what we love about the city we live in, so remember, once you snap, you have to hashtag and share.
■ Snap the photo
■ Hashtag #Snapperth
■ Share on Instagram or Twitter
■ Thanks to our national partners Canon Australia and Harvey Norman Photo Centre and our State partner REIWA. @richmond_dylan @caroledwards07 @urbanartmeetsnature
Nicole Moody at Lake Monger and the city in the background