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It’s all naps, and books, and tea, and tea, and tea-time all the time.
The Beautiful Wedding of Gem & Andy.
11 August 2012
My child will look like this.
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Stumbled across these untouched shots this morning while I couldn’t sleep at 3.50am (kill me) and naturally decided to edit them until 7.30am.
They were taken last year in Essaouira, Morocco with my photographer friend Ms Dom Cherry of DEC Creatives. Enjoy.
Had a lovely morning strolling through the desert today and happened to stumble on some pretty wildflowers that I wanted to share.
Hope you like. x
romilatravelstheworld asked: Absolutely gorgeous pictures! A follow was definitely in order :) Cheers, Romila
That’s so nice of you!! Thanks very much. :)
Just returned home from a whirlwind trip over to Geraldton, which is on the Western Australia coast north of Perth. From my initial understanding, this was only supposed to be a quick little 3 hour drive but was soon corrected. The trip is 6 hours each way, which only emphasises how remote Karalundi (my new home) really is. We went for a day and half for the sole purpose of a caffeine pursuit with a few little extra chores here and there.
Jes and Ben had talked up the most amazing café/restaurant place for brunch the morning after we had arrived and as we arrived up to the front door of Salt Dish we noticed a little sign that said ‘closed for the holidays’ – needless to say we were more than let down. Especially considering the next best place for breakfast was McDonalds. No joke. Although given how far away Karalundi is that’s sort of a treat as well.
I managed to buy a quite a few things for my little abode back in the desert. Just a few things to make it more homely and that night we had dinner at a really nice place call The Provincial. I would definitely recommend it to any visitors passing through.
We stayed at a caravan park by Sunset Beach where I got some beautiful shots of the sunset. They still don’t quite capture how amazing it really was though.
We’re back home now and kids arrive here on Monday and Tuesday. The staff (me included) have to take the buses out to the bush to pick them up for the term so that should be happening in the next couple of days.
Not feeling all that prepared for teaching but nothing like being thrown in the deep end! Will blog about that sometime next week if I get a chance and I’ve survived.
Bye for now x
So it has now been seven days since I arrived in the West. And it really is the wild wild west.
The outback has lived up to everything stereotypical and although it has only been a week, flying into Newman, Western Australia feels like centuries ago. I remember as we were circling into land, looking out each of the windows to the sides of me and seeing the almost fluorescent red of the earth on one side and the bright, cloudless as always, blue sky on the other. No matter how many times you see the colours you can never actually recall the vividness.
Oh yes please.
I would very much like this outfit. Head to toe.
Color blocking done perfectly.
Friends since the Seventh Grade yet still having slumber parties and sleepovers, still get ready altogether in the mirror in the morning, still cracking the same old jokes. I love these girls so much and so blessed to have them as a part of my life.
It’s so rare that we are all together but it has been a delightfully frequent occurrence these days.
Happy Birthday to Tatty for yesterday (centre).
Love you girls ALOT!!
What We Wore:
Top: Local Australian Designer
Skirt: Portmans Pleated Maxi
Pants: Mango - MNG
Blazer: Country Road
Just love the rawness of these shots. Too beautiful not to share.
I apologise if you are offended by these images (parentals), however, I classify them as emotional art. Think of it as the moment rather than the graphic image.