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Sunshine in the Flower Bed – Daffodils

Posted In: Flowers | Garden
Sending you some sunny flowers to brighten up this dreary Monday. Where did the sun go? Personally, I think daffodils are the happiest flowers out there. They add a much needed dose of color to every early spring garden and even though they look like sunshine, they actually don’t like hot weather but rather thrive in colder temperatures. (So I guess that’s a good thing about this week's weather forecast).Do you have daffodils in your garden or on your balcony? If yes, you may want to keep reading, because now that they[...]
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Memories on paper

Posted In: Flowers | Lifestyle | Nature | Prints
Having spent a whole lot of time at home this season, I’ve been finding myself looking through old photos of places I've traveled to in previous years. These days, I’ve been exchanging my travels for long walks through the countryside and time spent in my garden, so having these photos is a real blessing.  I have loved photography for years. Be it shooting weddings and portraits, taking photos during travels or simply -and more recently- of the countryside and/or my garden. Having photos printed on expensive cotton[...]

Spring’s just around the corner

Posted In: Flowers | Nature
It's the end of January so even the smallest sign that spring is coming is very much welcomed. So now, that the freezing temps and the remaining snow are slowly but surely disappearing, I got myself some sping blooms from our local gardener and got to work.  It's not much but, at this point even some simple primroses and hyacinths make me very happy! I hope you enjoy them too.  Fun fact, there are about 400 different types of primroses and almost all of them are very resilient. Most can even be planted out into t[...]