Friday, 28 September 2012

Holding onto the green ...

Join me for a walk in the last moments of summer.  Grab your jacket, pull on your boots and breathe in the clear scent before the bonfires start.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

♥ anniversary ... part 2

♥  As promised, photographs from anniversary date part 2.  This one included some very welcome sunshine, blackberry picking, beautiful scenery and yet more hand holding.


Tuesday, 25 September 2012

♥ anniversary ... part 1

5 years ....

19th September was our fifth anniversary, five years!  It's funny how it seems like hardly any time at all and yet on the other hand, as though we have been together all our lives.  I am still excited that we get to spend forever together.

To celebrate, we went to our usual anniversary fish 'n chip date.  It was lovely, we went to Beaumaris, ate chips, saw the sea and held hands.  It was cold but lovely to be wearing autumn colours again.  I just wish that torrential rain hadn't set in...I now seem to permanently be in boots rather than cute flats.

Tomorrow, I'll show you some photos from anniversary date 2, complete with blackberries, a lake and even some sunshine!

Monday, 17 September 2012

Final throws of summer ...

 Although I have made no secret of my excitement about the impending autumn and am really looking forward to sharing autumn colour with you, I am still enjoying the final throws of summer and the small splashes of green that are brought along with it.  Finding this little dragonfly was a boon.  Sleepy and heavy, he wasn't in a hurry to move along.  He was a natural in front of the camera and the colours of his surroundings complimented him perfectly.  Autumn colours are rapidly approaching but lets enjoy the last shades of green.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Elwyn & Katrina | Married

Elwyn and Katrina are sweet, lovely people who had an epic wedding in the most beautiful of places.  Spread over two days in North Wales, the wedding was in a church surrounded by sea!  Dependent on tides, the church on the island can only be accessed by a causeway.  St Cwyfan's is the most delightful church.  Ceremony #2 and the reception was held at Hendre Hall, in lovely farm buildings.  There were beautiful pearls, sea views, raucous singing, erupting giggles and champagne.  We even saw the sun and had spectacular clouds. 

Settle down, with a nice cuppa and a choccie biscuit (or a cupcake, whatever your preference) and get ready for a few photos (there are rather a lot of them) ...  
(Apologies for the spacing issues, blogger has been driving me mad!)