That was 2017!

That was 2017!

I've seen so much and been to so many places that it's hard to choose one story to tell as a 'favourite' or one moment to top them all. They are all equally precious. So of course, I'm sharing a selection of what's gone down in 2017. Not just the prettiest but my favourite moments, too.

Welcome to Spring

Welcome to Spring

"Holi will be celebrated with dancing, feasts and bright colours - mainly the exchanging of coloured powders which are smudged and thrown onto people as a gesture of love, forgiveness, hope and friendship."

New Dresses

New Dresses

I've been dressmaking for a while. It's probably the one thing I can still lose myself in, and not care whether or not my phone rings or the washing up still needs doing. But it occurred to me yesterday that I never really spend more than an Instagram moment on photographing my creations....

Some family time at the Christmas Tree Farm

Some family time at the Christmas Tree Farm

"It's usually this time of year when I attempt to photograph our entire family myself - all four of us in one frame. (Though my new years resolution is do try and do that more often!) This theme was one that I'd wanted to do for a few years now, but never had the opportunity to so we planned as much as possible and started to prepare for the perfect Christmas card photograph.

Country Pumpkins!

Country Pumpkins!

"I'd love to believe that they grow up knowing how vital the farming community is, how valuable good food is, and also have respect for the planet and all it does for us - This world doesn't belong to us. We should take care of it and leave it as we find it.

An evening walk through the wheat

An evening walk through the wheat

Many thanks to the farm owners for allowing my little explorers to wander, learn and have fun! NB: If anyone did want a photo session in this field, please be quick in telling me!

Beside the Seaside

Beside the Seaside

We've spent a good few days playing on the beaches nearby lately, and it's inspired me to carry my camera more and photograph my children more....