Hellebores, Spring Green And Turquoise
Hello everyone, I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
We have had such a lovely few days at home. The sun has been very generous with it’s appearance too, so it has truly felt like spring is just round the corner. Time to get out into the garden and start the big spring tidy up!
I just set up this little still life for an Instagram photograph, and I love the colours so much, so here is the full selection of snaps. Lime green with flashes of turquoise makes for a gorgeously fresh colour combo. These are some hellebores that I bought from Norwich market, and I love the colour. I have noticed this morning that a pot of hellebores outside the kitchen door has little buds reaching up for the sky. I dug them up from the old house, so it’s like seeing old friends again every February!
In case you missed it…
In case you missed it, you can see myphotos from my February Reclaim Magazine feature here. I am getting very excited about the car boot fairs starting up again next month, it’s been a long time and I’ve missed hunting for vintage treasures! I’m really looking forward to sharing my finds with you this year, and showing you how you can decorate your home with vintage treasures. It’s more important than ever in this throwaway society, that we use what is already out there.
In other news, I am learning how to use Lightroom to process my photographs, and that’s what I’ve used to process these snaps. I’m on the hunt for any good tutorials, especially on using Photoshop. So if any of you out there can recommend any tools, I’d be super grateful! I’m excited to get to grips with it, but it’s pretty overwhelming with all the info out there. Please do leave a comment if you can point me in the right direction.
I’ll be back in a couple of days with an exciting collaboration, that will lead to me having my bath/shower re-tiled finally! I’ll be sharing samples and mood boards, so please do pop back!
Please do leave a comment, I love hearing from you!
Thanks Tamsyn. Beautiful as always! XX