We came to Kew on October afternoon, which except for being a bit chilly, turned out to be the perfect timing both for the colors of the leaves that started to turn yellow, red and brown, but also for the late afternoon light that pierced through the branches of the trees and over the river Thames. I would love to come back in spring, to observe the changes and the rush of colors and life coming into the garden.Read More
I woke up one morning about two weeks ago and through our bedroom window saw a layer of delicate frost covering all the plants, flowers and branches on our terrace. It looked so beautiful and I knew that this beauty was ephemeral, so I put on my winter coat and hat, took the camera and rushed to catch it while it was still there. The photos turned out just like I imagined them- dreamy, wintery, with gentle pops of colour in the almost monochromatic morning. This little project made my day then, and reminded me how beauty can be found anywhere, even on a foggy day in the city. It reminded me how simple little things are sometimes enough to make one's day, and that's something I'd like to embrace more in the year to come. I'm wishing you all a year full of beautiful moments, finding joy in simple, everyday things, lots of friendly gatherings, travels and discovering new places. Hope to see you here next year as well.