June 2019 roundup

I feel like I say this every month, but this month genuinely felt like it flew by! And although we did get up to a good bit of things this month, I seemed to forget my camera for much of those times! Whoops, so I don’t have many shots and realise that the month is made up of a lot of flat lays. Enjoy! I’ll be better next month, I swear…maybe.

“Bzzt”

Nothing to dramatic about this shot, simply how I was able to get the flower in focus and yet blur the edges, I did that on purpose- lol. FYI. Such a vibrant and bright flowers, this is legitimately the best part of nature, all the little things/creatures who live amongst us.

A local vendor came to my work to sell their locally, home made soaps and if you know me, you know I love anything that’s artisan and local and soap! I’m in! Such beautiful smells and also so so great on your skin!

On a whim, we decided to take a walk at Wycoller, luckily the weather held out, I didn’t take too many shots because I was trying to be more in the moment. Loved these flowers and still don’t know the names of them, but they looked to lovely in the field. Such a great pop of colour!

“Fairy Village”

At the beginning of the month we went on a family outing to Stockheld Park, this was the little fairy village that looked oh so realistic. Neveah actually believes fairies exists and was shushing us while we walked through the area, because she didn’t want us to wake up the fairies. Lol.

“Circe”

I’ve taken some flat lays for my blog and this is one of them, I literally burnt through this book and was so excited to take the flat lays as it’s such a beautiful cover.

I am a massive lover of beautiful/vintage crockery, but since our move back to the UK, I had to give my favourite ones way because I was so worried they wouldn’t survived the trip across the pond. So, I snapped up the opportunity to buy some cheap ones and this shot is a result of my new/old plates! No, you can’t eat off of them! 😛

“Cloudy Wycoller”

It was such a cloudy day and I didn’t like how the grey messed with my shots, but in looking across at the fields, I loved the clouds. Nature is truly awe inspiring.

Did you catch last month’s post? Check it out here.

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