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“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013.” Che: the biggest daydreamer I know. Here he is on the way to the school’s Christmas concert (ISO 800, f1.6, [...]

worth the wait

family photos by alexandrena parker, tim coulson and tamara erbacher / the frames I had been searching for /¬†hydrangeas from the neighbours’ gardens Earlier this year I had the priviledge [...]

on naming a baby

a sweet little tag that came with a recent scarf purchase When teaching pregnant women it’s expected that the topic of baby names will arise. Lucky for me it’s one of my favourite [...]

how to reclaim rest

hydrangeas in abundance in my neighbours’ gardens Living a less-distracted life : admit that you’re tired and reclaim rest. I know, I know; motherhood and rest rarely go together. We [...]

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“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013.” Che: first out the door and off to a local film festival (ISO 3200, f2.5, 1/250th) Poet: reaching, reaching (ISO 100, [...]

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“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013.” Che: when he daydreams he has a habit of blowing air into his cheeks. (ISO 400, f1.7, 1/160th) Poet: she must take a bag [...]

…a big thank you

…and then the lotus flower opened;¬†ephemeral beauty I am sincerely thankful for your meaningful comments on yesterday’s post. So often it feels like I’m writing to a largely [...]

a small favour…

the first lotus flower I’d seen in real life. I almost fell into the pond whilst taking this photo. Spending time away from this space gave me the perfect opportunity to put blogging into [...]

bali | design

It’s easy to miss the details in Bali; there’s so much colour and noise that honing in on the subtle doesn’t come easily. For me, hiding behind a camera made the details [...]