Exiting the tank and re-entering the daylight made the colours outside seem much more vivid.
When you like so many things it makes it tricky to put it into just a few words and if we’re absolutely honest we’re all about the pictures...The gist of it is that we like going on adventures big and small and we share our experiences through visual stories here.Follow us on our journey...
Curiosity is the wellspring of creativity.
We love the more resilient landscapes and this stretch of beach provides us with exactly that.
Even the mortar in between the bricks is gorgeous.
Renature means different things to different people and that’s completely okay.
We learned about shape and texture, about formulating an experience and about re-creating the outside world in miniature to connect with nature.
As an extension of our Japanese Garden Course, we were treated to an overnight stay at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons including a 7 course meal in the evening.
A look inside the most bizarre-looking greenhouses that we’ve ever visited… so far!
There's a sense that no two visits will ever be the same here and we look forward to more in the future.
The kind of greenhouse where cacti and palm trees lean against each other for some extra support.
Our highlights of the gardens at the RHS show.
A greenhouse treat all the way from California.
Exploring the community spirit in greenhouse form.
The sun setting opposite the Sydney Opera House is probably the most beautiful thing we’ve seen.
Exploring the farm at The Black Swan Oldstead with Tommy Banks for a feature in The Telegraph.
We explored Forde Abbey.
Exploring a beautifully-wild public garden tucked away in Central London.
Exploring a special part of the Peak District.
Nothing in this garden is straight - even the lines of the house itself wiggle and bend at odd angles...
Getting lost in a really wild space that satisfied our appreciation for 'weeds'.
An insight into the camera gear we use from a few days away on the north Norfolk coast.
A trio of charming greenhouses today from Leicester; warm-temperate, tropical and a desert house.
Sometimes we visit a place and there is just so much to it that we have to exercise serious self-restraint.
The spaces are a wonderful mix of 'artworks' and found objects with the notion being that 'art is just the way you look at the world,' and yet still has the comforting sensibility of feeling like a home.
Some cities are great for getting lost in and Cambridge is absolutely one of them - we chose back streets and alleys and had that wonderful sense of discovery when we turned a corner.
Limestone walls seem to drip with plant life and there is an air of some kind of 'undone' fairytale about the place... Something straight out of a fantastical Disney princess film.
Inside the beautifully-wild garden in our home town.
Chiharu Shiota shows work all over the world and whilst many pieces utilise similar materials/techniques they remain unique to the situation.
Our wanders around the Kibble Palace in Glasgow.
Our home in the city was Porteous' Studio; a beautifully-executed one bedroom holiday retreat in the Grassmarket area of town.
A trip to Scotland's capital city where we indulged in coffee, pizza and all kinds of fun in different forms.
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