An ongoing series for the next month as every plant gets a bath and prepares to come inside for the winter.(Please don't tell my husband they all are moving inside yet...) #tinyhouse #wewillsleepwithplants #staytunedformore
xoxo- A.


The day we went to my "secret" beach. A place the kids had never been. Because this hidden gem requires a bit of hiking to get to, we packed light. Just a towel and boogie board for them. A camera for me. We walked and played until our stomachs cried out for clam chowder, followed by giant hamburgers, followed by ice cream. Then with renewed energy we found a less secret beach to spend the remaining hours of this lovely day.
oxox. - A.


The day all the big plants got a nice long shower and were happy and clean in the sunlight.
More in my "Conservatory" collection.
xoxo- A.


Summer wouldn't be complete with long days at the beach, fireflies, fresh picked tomatoes or a sale! Through 7*14*16 save 20% off all photographs and postcards with the code: SUMMERSALE
The code will work in both my Etsy Shop and on my website
(The discount does not apply to gift certificates, canvas prints, or previous orders.)

I hope this finds you well and enjoying these lovely summer days.

 Cheers! -A.


It looks like I have a lot of catching up to do here! These were from the day I picked what seemed like a million peonies to save them from the rain, and our house smelled amazing.
More available on my website.
xoxo- A.


Monday inspiration... Hoping your week is off to a good start. (New prints available here.)
xoxo - A.


"I'm not going to tell the story the way it happened. I'm going to tell it the way I remember it."

Finnegan Bell/Ethan Hawke - Great Expectations 1998


The poppies have started to bloom and they're on sale! Use the code: SPRINGBREAK for 25% off all orders through 4*22*16.
Shop: My Website or Etsy Shop.
xoxo- A.


New photographs for a fresh new season.
xoxo- A.


Just when I thought my favorite horses couldn't be any prettier, I visited them during a little snow storm this weekend and found them decorated in tiny snowflakes. Today they are probably much happier running through the mud and sun. But I am grateful for those quiet moments right before winter became spring.
xoxo - A.