A little hello

Well, it’s been 3 months since my last post and it feels nice to be here again and I hope you enjoy the update. Max arrived safely on the 15th January, and we have all been enjoying and getting used to the new family dynamics that a newborn brings. Rufus is such a sweet and kind boy to his brother, he is very natural with him.

Anyway, the main reason I got my camera out was to take some photographs of the spring flowers blooming here in Kent, for my dear friend Kathryn of Secrets of a Butterfly.    We had been talking about our favouirte flowers, in particular the healing properties of the beautiful little white clusters of Stitch wort, that often grow here alongside the bluebells.  I hope you like the photographs.

Love Louisa xxxIMG_8614 - Copy IMG_8616 - Copy IMG_8635 - Copy IMG_8684 - Copy IMG_8637 - Copy IMG_8638 - Copy IMG_8662 - Copy IMG_8663 - Copy IMG_8682 - Copy IMG_8689 - Copy  IMG_8695 - Copy IMG_8697 - Copy    IMG_8715IMG_8699 - CopyIMG_8702 - Copy IMG_8712 IMG_8709 - Copy IMG_8706 - Copy IMG_8705 - Copy  IMG_8721

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Muddy Puddles & rainbow wellies!

It’s been months and months since I picked up my camera. Winter does that too you don’t you think?  But on a family walk I decided to bring out my faithful camera and try to get some shots of how quickly Rufus has grown since the last time I photographed him. He is such a dude, and pulled lots of funny faces at me when ever I asked for a smile. So I had to be a ninja photographer and get the secret smiles of pure muddy puddle joy, that he just couldn’t hide! IMG_8588IMG_8610IMG_8587IMG_8597IMG_8617IMG_8536IMG_8531IMG_8595IMG_8569IMG_8557IMG_8545

And this is what happens when Rufus has had enough of me! lol….IMG_8605