For a goal-setter and list-writer, such as myself, there is no greater day than New Years Eve. This really is the day where we come into our own. The perfect day for reflection, planning, laying down new ideas and resurrecting old ones, turning over every corner of our lives with a fine-tooth comb. Or is that just me? :)
I was going through my images for 2010, trying to work out which to include in a New Years’ slideshow or post. In the end, I thought I would share just a few random and very simple images of my heavenly, heavenly children from the last 6 months. Nothing special, just quick captures from around the house.
Beautiful 2010 clients, workshop attendees, models, blog readers, friends… thank you so very much for spending some of your precious time reading this little old blog. I hope 2011 is your most fabulous year. I hope the dreams you are dreaming become your reality.
Much love all… now I have a few lists to write x
And me and my mummy :)
This yummy little guy was a dream to photograph. Smiley, round and gorgeous. x
So happy. So loved.
Ashley and Chris are the most adorable couple ever. We all fell in love straight away and chatted, laughed, had a ball and dreamed of photo shoots with their children for the future. They aren’t pregnant yet — we just daydreamed :)
These guys were married in July of this year in Canada (in Ashley’s hometown), and wanted to create a tradition where they have their photos taken every Christmas. This is Ashley’s first Australian Christmas so we thought the beach was the perfect location.
I loved the session, love the photographs, and love them… xox
I met Mary earlier this year at a Love Your Camera workshop in Brisbane. Having her passion for photography reignited, Mary attended The Scoop a few months ago and that weekend I got to hang out with her beautiful family on a warm afternoon not far from their home. I love these guys. Here is all their love squished into some photographs :) xx
Mary has hit the ground running with her photography — visit her blog here. x
We have just had such a relaxing weekend in the Yarra Valley with our gorgeous friends. Tuesday and I were shooting a wedding there, so we turned it into an entire weekend of fun and chill out time. The cabins we rented were adjoining with a massive verandah that we shared. The door between the houses was permanently open and the kids moved between the two constantly. We had bush walks and torch games in the dark. Late nights and lazy starts. A glorious part of the world and a much needed break.
The kids woke me up very excited to report they had spotted loads of kangaroos outside. 6am in the Yarra Valley = spectacular.
And we went hunting for the perfect winery for lunch.
And found Train Trak Wines. The best wood-fired pizzas you will have and a scrummy Shiraz to wash it down. Our dear travel buddies — Tuesday and her gang.
All the kids lined up to roll down the hill.
It just looked like so much fun… Tuesday and I couldn’t help ourselves.
Here is Tuesday and her new Facebook profile :)