rainy days calls for desperate measures ☁️✨☕️ ~ though i love the idea of curling up on the sofa with a cup of tea when it's raining outside, the weather usually mirrors what's going on in my head. i am definitely one of those people who's mood changes with the weather, and i always find it difficult to find motivation and inspiration when it's grey outside. & today i woke up to heavy clouds and rain, so naturally when it came to finding a photo to post this morning and to write a caption, it was blank. they say that if you struggle to come up with something to write about, you should write about just that, struggling to come up with something to write about. so here i am ✨ are you one who's mood is easily impacted by the wether?
Thanks to everyone who joined us for Naamaz Pop-Up Gastronomic Dinner at @arwanarestaurantbali last week.
A special thanks to Chef @andrianishak for exceptional Indonesian molecular dinner in Bali, it was an honour having you. Find more pictures on bit.ly/naamazdiningbali
Stay tuned for more evocative events.
Mrs Moss totally killing it in the fresh winter light yesterday. A Totally stunning day! We had plans to photograph on surrounding cliffs but the wind got so hectic it was too dangerous! #bluemountains
going RED bananas as the world's favourite fruit could disappear forever in 10 years’ time... 🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴🍌🌴
Normally the wild banana, a giant jungle herb called Musa acuminata, contains a mass of hard seeds that make the fruit virtually inedible. But now and then, hunter- gatherers must have discovered rare mutant plants that produced seedless, edible fruits.
Geneticists now know that the vast majority these soft-fruited I plants resulted from genetic accidents that gave their cells three copies of each chromosome instead of the usual two. This imbalance prevents seeds and pollen from developing normally, rendering the mutant plants sterile. And that is why some scientists believe the world’s most popular fruit could be doomed. It lacks the genetic diversity to fight off pests and diseases that are invading the banana plantations of Central America and the smallholdings of Africa and Asia alike.
I Love this photo I snapped with my IPhone. I think I could sit there forever and just stare at the view... I am now back in town. My sister invited me for dinner to take care of my hair, face and nails direct after I got off the plane. Good to have a sister that cares more about my body than I do 😂 She even sent me today to pedicure, thank you best sister in the world @elinorrosengren 🖤 Tomorrow 👉🛫🍝🏊♀️☀️🏃♀️🍷🇮🇹
Just love the colours of these flowers from @firenzaflowers on a shoot at @thearches_weddings last October. Come and see Fiona and the amazing venue again this year on 1st October for an open day and big coffee morning in aid of @macmillancancer #macmillancoffeemorning#urbanwedding#weddingvenue