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Rituals Photo Diary

 'Wanderlust: thoughts of adventure" was selected for PhotoVogue Vogue.it! 
Morning rituals
 Feeling centered
 Everyday views
 Always these. 
Found this beautiful dragonfly on its last breath so I carried it inside so it could sleep forever in flowers.

Comments

Shasmine Cianne said…
Beautiful photos...loved them
Jennifer.P said…
You're photos are so beautiful! I love the dragonfly one, it's really pretty and sad at the same time, so beautiful!
xx
Jennifer | Pretty as Summer
Blogoratti said…
What enchanting photos, thanks for sharing!
Wanderlust is an incredibly evocative image. I like Morning Rituals as well - the tiny hand!

Stephanie Jane
Maria Hoffbeck said…
Love your pics and the beautyful dragonfly :-)
Have a great weekend.

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