I hope you’ve had a lovely week.
I made my annual trek up to Chapelfield gardens in Norwich on my lunch hour on Monday, to photograph the cherry blossom trees. However when I arrived, their buds were still closed, not yet ready to burst into their pink fluffy pompoms. Instead I found this gorgeous magnolia tree, which looked magnificent against the bright blue sky, with it’s luscious raspberry ripple cupped petals.
I was lucky enough to win a place on a floral wreath making workshop next week in London, after my Styling Spring At Mine post last week. I feel very honoured to have won a place, and I’m so looking forward to meeting some amazing bloggers, and catching up with some of the ladies I met at Liberty back in November. Another exciting event next week is that a photographer is coming to photograph the house for a magazine – cue me running around with a paint brush and wall filler trying to finish bits of decorating here and there! I will keep you all posted on both my adventures!
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I found you on Instagram and I love your pretty photos and a new follower there! I'm also a new follower by google friend connect and bloglovin. I am so glad I found your blog. You have taken such wonderful photos. How exciting to have your house photographed for a magazine! Take care.
Julie at Julie's Lifestyle
My daughter is at uni in Norwich, so I know Chapelfiel Gardens from our visits. It really is a beautiful park.