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Lucky Shot Espresso Bar – Lucky Shot Expresso Bar

Finally…the north-side (aka) Belco has the PERFECT Burger  Super clean, welcoming atmosphere, friendly service and a menu literally to die for. Impossible to word how much I recommend Lucky Shots in Kippax, yummmmm

26 of 15 reviews

we are very fortunate to have lucky shot as our local, it provides great coffee and excellent food, staff are friendly and service spot on – well done team lucky shot

This place is very convenient to me but even if it wasn’t I’d still be a fan. Been coming here 6 months and never had an issue with service or the product. Staff always friendly and very good coffee

Lucky Shot has just completed a major expansion, taking over the burger joint next door and knocking down the wall between the two premises.
It is very popular – always customers and busy at peak times. Yesterday we went for morning coffee with our daughter and her three young children and the café was nearly full.
The coffee was outstanding, equal to the best in Canberra and certainly the best in Belconnen, shading even Two before Ten in Aranda.
We have not eaten there – the menu is limited but very cheap.
The service is extremely friendly.
What’s not to like!

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Lucky Shots

Lucky Shots | #001 | 2017 | 50 x 21,8 cm

No location scouting. No composition framing. Not being concerned with the right lens choices or perfect camera settings. Not waiting for that one magical moment that would give the shot that something extra. Instead, leaving everything to chance.

For his photo series ‘Lucky Shots’, Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans (1975, Rucphen, NL) traveled by train through The Netherlands, his home country. During a total of thirty days spread throughout four seasons, he took photos of the landscapes and city views that randomly passed by his window. And discovered it is possible to produce strong images by letting everything go.

In 2018, Vromans bundled 45 of the best photos of the ‘Lucky Shots’ series in a unique, limited edition photo book. Available now!

Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans explores the impact that people, nature and weather have on urban development. Currently he investigates if it is possible to produce strong images by just leaving everything to chance.