It's Labor day weekend and I am certainly grateful for an extra day away from work. Since I had extra time, I thought it would be fun to attempt a live video. I think it was going well until my InstaStories decided to shut off mid video. Unfortunately, it also deleted the video. Womp womp.… Continue reading Dutch Masters Flowers|Seasons
When I think of summer colors, I typically envision bold bright primary colors. Especially in Texas, the soft pastels of Spring are difficult to find from personal gardens and local flower farms alike.
Summer seems never ending here in Texas. The Zinnias continue to thrive while other flowers withered away weeks ago, bowing to the sun's oppressive rays. These days I find myself earnestly checking the forecast hoping for rain and respite for my plants. I ventured to the plot this morning and found myself wandering among neighboring… Continue reading Dried Summer Bridal Bouquet
I decided this week that gardeners are overall happy & kind people, the people we all should aspire to become. Maybe, I've been lucky to find a few gems, but it seems safe to say that the kind of people who experience unbridled joy from digging in the dirt and genuine excitement each time a… Continue reading Lovely Blush Compote Flowers
Texas weather is doing its darndest to defeat me this summer. Despite entering our sixth year living in Austin, I have yet to acclimate to the summer heat, mainly the humidity. Being a West Coast gal, more specifically an Oregonian, my tolerance for humidity is essentially zero despite my love for that beautiful warm sunshine.… Continue reading Floral Photography Collection