So normally we don't post candid shots as samples, but this photo is one of our absolute favorites from today's amazing wedding. These two have been together since junior high and, as many said, have been basically planning this smashing of cake into one another's faces for years. Also, I LOVE when people smash cake into each other's faces. They just were having so much fun. And for the people looking for more fancy shots, there will be others posted in the next few days. 😊
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felt cute never deleting because i love myself (and good light!!) 👻
Lancôme Advance Genifique is no stranger to me, I guess to you too!
It is my favourite anti-ageing serum that shows visible result in just 7 days 🕰 Giving me smoother & more radiant skin 💁♀️ The light weight texture absorbs quickly into my skin, absolutely loving it!
Lazy Sunday mornings; good coffee, soft music and one big ol’ sneak peek, just how we like it!! After a busy few days of shooting, I seriously cannot wait to get stuck into editing an epic wedding day for these two! Have the best lazy Sunday!! :)
Mahale and Gombe Stream National parks offers some of the best chimp viewing experence in Africa, these 2 parks are home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees.
These national parks lies on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, they are remote, remarkable and quite different to what you might expect from an African landscape.
Only a few more weeks of the outdoor market season, which means it’s the best time to take advantage of our summer sale! Our vanilla extract & vanilla beans are on a special offer! Hope to see you at the Bearspaw Farmers Market tomorrow morning from 10-2pm.
An hour or so from @melisses.andros, perched on a mountain, a small farmer’s house overlooks an olive grove, and mere steps from that, the sea. Today, it is more or less as it would have been 300 to 400 years ago, when it was built as a farmer’s home away from home, allowing him to tend his land for days at a time.
Olives, mulberries, walnuts, and figs grow, almost defiantly in the arid, rocky landscape that surrounds the house - but we were there for the grapes growing spontaneously along the river. They are wild, and unkempt-looking; deliberately untrained, and therefore protected from Andros’ enduring winds. We spent a morning foraging grapes, and an afternoon pressing them by foot in an ancient stone press.
At sunset, we sat on the rocks and feasted on sea urchins, harvested moments earlier from the sweet water where the river meets the sea, (with little glasses of cold ouzo). We swam, bathed, and fished for our dinner in the crystal waters of the Aegean.
We sat around a large stone table and shared stories over barbecued fish and a parade of salads and dips; we laughed endlessly; and drank from the barrels in the cellar below us - previous vintages of the wine from this magical place. And we frequently marvelled at how the past two nights in paradise felt more like two weeks.