Friday, December 18, 2009

grassy fields and jasmine delights,













I'm back from my holiday, it was amazing.
We went for a flight in a seaplane and the world looked so small and insignificant, like a little toy town!

These photos I took quite a while ago, I think these are my favorites out of the colletion but I keep changing my mind.
I had so much planned the day I took these photos, so many ideas. I was only getting started and my camera decided to break. It was quite a sad moment. I'm getting a new one soon though :)

Let me know your thoughts. I have more photos soon.

9 comments:

  1. New article on http://daily-women.blogspot.com

    It sleeting in France today, come to see that :) and see Olivia's photos (one of the two creator of daily-women) in her bedroom.

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  2. really really good and cool and beautiful and lovely pictures! <3

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  3. Those photos look so professional, you're amazing with the camera dear ;) xx!

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  4. I like last one))
    happy you're back!)

    xoxo,
    Marika

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  5. yay im glad you put these up!
    they are really amazing..
    i like the bottom two the best!
    loveyouloads, X

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  6. These are beautiful! Wonderful work, Pearl. The 2nd to last is my absolute favorite. xo

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