I met Justine a few month ago. She was picking flowers and she kindly let me take her photographs. Then on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, she invited me over for a cup (or two) of tea and we discussed the details of a very important future event of hers. I did bring the camera as I had the feeling that she has a beautiful garden (I was right) and a very inspirational studio (I was right here too) where she creates her beautiful art work - this way. I'm hoping to go back soon to take real story telling photos of her working in her studio. Until then, let me share with you some beauties I found there. What a magical, peaceful and very inspirational place. I absolutely can't wait to go back!
Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Thursday, 18 August 2016
When dahlias are in full bloom, you know that Autumn is not far. Very happy times. This colour is my favourite at the moment of all dahlias at Green and Gorgeous flower farm where I'm lucky enough to photograph throughout the year. So I'll show you many more photos next year :)
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Sunday, 7 August 2016
I immediately fell in love with these snapdragons when I saw them at Floret Flowers. The seeds came straight from America, how very exciting! These colours are so beautiful and the flowers, as every snapdragon, are easy to grow and if you keep deadheading, they will flower for ages. Beautiful, simple flowers.
this is how it all started
Friday, 27 May 2016
Before she moved from the village, she asked me to take some last pictures of her garden. Her beloved roses were not yet in bloom then but I think I managed to capture the atmosphere of the garden. When she got the photos, she sent me this message: Eva, these are SO lovely. What a talented woman you are! I am just delighted to have such a beautiful record of my garden. You’ve picked all my favourite plants! Very touched and grateful! I was very touched too. And here I share some of the photos with you.
Thursday, 19 May 2016
Although I photograph other people's gardens more often than mine (this is when some say #lovemyjob), whenever I get a quiet moment, I still enjoy getting lost in my own garden with the camera. We had a particularly cold Spring but then, just in the past few weeks, everything suddenly came alive and the garden is finally all green and exciting. Although our country lanes are covered in cow parsley, I love growing them in my garden and would not for a second consider them as weeds. I absolutely love wispy plants and what I love the most is how the flowers grow together, embracing each other.