Decided to give this flowers thing a go. Just an instagram page and some bunches being dropped at a cafe for now! Will see if it's something I enjoy and whether I want to take it further!
So far, so good.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
A really lovely afternoon together making our way from the Naturaliste lighthouse down to Eagle Bay.
Friday, January 20, 2017
Morning walks in the early sun on the sandbar
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Todd and I have been thinking a lot about minimalism lately. What's really important in our lives. Is it things? Or is it experiences and time spent with people?
Spending my break decluttering, sorting and considering all our possessions that we've come to collect over the years. My resolution last year was to purchase thoughtfully. Use up what we already have before buying new and enjoying what we have. I really want to keep that as a constant resolution.
One of my goals for a while now has been to organise our photos. We both get so much joy from photos and I particular love the memory keeping aspect of how it can transport you back in time. For months now I've been sorting, organising, key tagging my photos in lightroom and slowly finding a rhythm that means our thousands of photos are actually accessible.
Today I was uploading all our film shots. Saving them as digital files.
These few images instantly took me back. Our first Europe trip together in 2012. Todd had spent three months travelling through America and we met up in Barcelona. We travelled through Spain, Berlin and Austria.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
These teeny tiny succulent flowers have had me smiling this week every time I walk up or down our stairs
Friday, January 6, 2017
Another short little trip down south for Dannii and Jim's wedding. It's been so nice slowing down, relaxing, hanging out with Nerida and Harriet and enjoying the sun that's finally come peeking out!
Thursday, January 5, 2017
We peeled back the covers in the early hours of Thursday morning to make our way over to Jo and Ash's place. Finding Ash out the front already rigging up crab pots, we hopped in the car and drove down to the river. In the glassy waters of Point Walter, with the sky waking up we set off around the bend on the hunt for crabs. Toddy packed a hot coffee which we enjoyed as we waited to pull the first set of pots up. A successful morning with six sizeable crabs pulled from the Swan. Todd declared them as the 'six unluckiest crabs in the Swan'