Soaking up these last few weeks with just him. It's bittersweet how fast he is growing 😭, but I know it'll be amazing to see my boys (ahhh, plural 😱😍❤️) together. // Reminder: Don't forget to enter the @strollerdepot giveaway (4 posts back)! You definitely don't want to miss this one!
Poplolly back to the eye specialist tomorrow at 8am. Looks like her damaged eye has perforated again. This is why we have to remove it but are trying to wait until she is bigger.
She is still her happy, rambunctious self though ❤️🌸
A British photographer has taken a series of stunning photographs of the lavender fields of Provence this month (July). Guy Edwardes, from Dorchester, captured the vibrant hues of the rural region during the flowering plant's harvesting season. The fragrant plant blooms from June to August, and is used in a range of items including soap, cosmetics, honey and Provençal cuisine. To see the full amazing photo feature head over to cover-images.com.
Thanks to @nikimkov for being such a great model for our shoot last week. Looking good here in our Camo MTB jersey and Alpine merino bobble hat . All available from www.hackneygt.com link in bio . Thanks to @gordyfoto for super cool images #hackneygt#free_styling#straightouttaclapton
We may be used to seeing portrait-style photos of pet dogs, but wildlife photographer Richard Bowler has managed to capture charming images of abandoned four-month-old fox cub, Charlie T, he has adopted. But to get the photo studio black background effect took some inspired planning - and the lure of a jam sandwich. Richard, who lives near Corwen, Wales, explains: "They're pet portrait style images of Charlie T Fox, the fox cub we hand-reared this year. He had been abandoned on a patio in Hertfordshire for seven days when I was asked to help out. "Obviously to get images of a fox with a black background you can't just put him in a studio, he just won't sit still. What we came up with was to photograph him as he walked through the patio doors onto the patio. By under exposing by two stops the background was turned black while the warm evening sunlight illuminated Charlie. "I've also included one image that didn't work but shows the bribe required to get Charlie into position: his favourite jam sandwich dangled on a piece of string." To see the full amazing photo feature head over to cover-images.com.