Archive for the ‘grasses’ Category
I do love a field of wheat… at sunset.
*There’s still time to sign up for Creating Time Capsules starting on Sept 10th… Loads of inspiration for creating your own films of your memories.
This mama-to-be is a yoga teacher, so we thought it would nice to have her doing some postures in a natural setting. Hampstead Heath made for a peaceful back-drop to this beautiful and serene woman, about to enter the next chapter of her life into motherhood. We spent a lovely afternoon capturing these last moments of pregnancy and talking babies & yoga.
Francesca’s baby arrived recently, I can’t wait to meet her next week.
I don’t think summer ever really arrived, there has been so much rain this August. I feel cheated so I’ve been searching the archives for some glow.
This was a rare moment of sun whilst camping a few weeks ago.
Be kind Autumn, as I’m feeling rather fragile.
My self portrait journey continues…..
Oh it’s been a while since I did a “flare Friday” because the sun has been rather absent here in the UK.
This was taken in France when the golden hour was pretty special.
Enhanced with RadLab, which I love more and more everyday.
Nearing the end of the 52 self portraits project.
Gosh, the light here makes my heart sing.
During our weekend away we had a spontaneous shoot… My three gorgeous girls in one golden field, half an hour before sunset.
A preview of the magic created…
I love the outdoors. Camping gets you right in the elements, thankfully this trip was filled with blue skies and fabulous light.
My grateful:Friday is dedicated to nature in all it’s glory.
it’s been quite a year from my camera & i, so here is my celebration containing some of my favourite images.
places i’ve been, families, converse, love & kisses, huge smiles, snow, hands, bumps & babies, london, flowers & grasses, standing on “benches”, bake-a-boo cakes, friendship, good times, hats, camping, a book launch, sunlight, connections & reflections, a wedding, jumping, feet, colour & my boys.
thank you to everyone photographed here, and for allowing me to share some of these unseen images. it’s been an honour to capture these moments and i’m so looking forward to exciting projects in 2011.
music – the xx – heart skipped a beat.