The Chines

We spent a few days on the south coast with some good friends to see in the new year. Here's a few shots we took during a walk along the Bournemouth Chines. Malc used to come here on holidays when he was little. It's nice to see not too much has changed.

Our Christmas Present to you... from Woodstorming

As a little Christmas present for you guys we've got a few discounts to offer you from some of our favourite Etsy sellers. 

Today Audrius and Virginija from Woodstorming have a special offer for you. We think their shop is amazing.  The husband & wife team run their small family workshop from Lithuania. They focus on making original, elegant and unique ring boxes, as well as office and personal accessories.

Photography by Ilona & Martynas from InStudija
“We do everything from scratch ourselves. It is amazing to see how a plain piece of wood turns into something special. Our designs require lots of handwork, there are several stages of sanding and polishing, the most delicate of these can be done only by hand - all small details, corners and so on. We prefer natural look and do not use lacquer - only oil and wax finish on our creations.”

Use the code 'MYPHOTOGRAPHY' until the end of January to get 5% off in their shop.

The Geese are Getting Fat

Celebrating with: hanging candles; eggnog; a rosemary wreath; paper ornaments; a Christmas branch; mulled drinks; Happy Birthday Nativity and Christmas bread. 

Giving: wrapped up fresh bread; keyring tools; wrapping with pom poms; our handmade version of this book; an indoor fire; the projecto mini projector; moleskine diaries and a DIY camera kit

Wishing for ... this book, Brownswood Bubblers Three CD, this book, Punch Brothers Who's Feeling Young Now,  Floreat by Mara Carlyle, this sequin blazer, a knitted jumper, a smart pair of trousers (32W 30L), a little projector, printing ink & screen, a holga lens for DSLR, nice plant pots (like this lozenge shape one), a mini greenhouse, some whiskey, tea pigs and some not too fancy loose leaf english breakfast tea.

And crossing our fingers for some spray chalk; etching liquid; a sequin tablecloth; a pen that writes on food and a ukelele.