Misty Valley Farm is a quaint farm in the Hunter Valley. The farm produces organic blueberries in summer, where you can pick your own delicious punnets of plump blueberries. I had the pleasure of photographing ‘The Nest’, which is a beautifully styled cottage perfect for a cosy weekend away in the Hunter Valley.
If you’re after a weekend retreat in the Hunter Valley, look no further… this place is perfect!
For more information about either Hunter Valley accommodation at ‘The Nest’ or blueberry picking visit the Misty Valley Farm website.
Morocco is such a vibrant and exotic place. The colours jump out at you and the opportunities for photos are endless. Riding camels in The Sahara was a highlight. This is just a small selection of photos I took on a trip to Morocco a little while ago.
Those who know me, know I love to travel. This was my first trip exploring my own backyard since moving back to Oz from London. My brother and I had an amazing time road tripping from Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road. We drank coffee, tried the Italian cuisine on Lygon Street, savoured pastries on Acland Street in St Kilda and devoured (numerous) chocolate balls along the Great Ocean Road. Sadly there are no photos of these delights as they were hoovered too quickly. Melbourne truly is the food capital of Australia.
The Great Ocean Road was stunning and really blew me away. Such beauty on my own doorstep. I have traveled the world only to find amazing wonders here in Australia. The ‘Round the Twist’ lighthouse brought back childhood memories and had us singing the theme song. Obviously the ultimate highlight was the 12 Apostles, although having said that, I really enjoyed some of the rock formations just past the 12 apostles, particularly the Bay of Martyrs.
We also enjoyed the wine region in the Grampians. I was super excited to finally see the Beach Huts on Brighton Beach (I made a special trip a few years ago to Brighton Beach in the UK, only to find there were in fact no Beach huts there – wrong country apparently!)