Exploring the community spirit in greenhouse form.
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...
Stuff We Love
Curiosity is the wellspring of creativity.
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.
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.
Chiharu Shiota shows work all over the world and whilst many pieces utilise similar materials/techniques they remain unique to the situation.
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.
We had the chance to preview Martin Bergström's collaboration with wallpaper brand, Photowall.
We went to The Hepworth Wakefield for the day to stand in the darkness and simultaneously in absolute awe at the power of light.
A look around The Hepworth Wakefield, a beautiful art gallery housing work by Barbara Hepworth.
A whistle-stop tour of Manchester with our tour guide Mat Spade of the Buckets and Spades blog.
The former home, studio and garden of French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle is preserved for display along with over 500 of his works.
We lost count of the number of glasshouses that make up the 19th century range.
Today the building is home to the Le Corbusier Foundation and we were free to walk around (in our bright blue shoe covers of course).
Situated almost in the very centre of Paris and one of the most interesting that we've seen architecturally.
Paris is one of those places that has always felt like a really obvious place to visit and yet (aside for a school trip for Magnus waaaaay back) we haven't ever been before now.
Inside the Bonsai house of Brisbane Mount Coot-Tha Botanic Gardens, Australia.
Take a tour of the tropics of the Latitude 23 glasshouse in Sydney's Botanic Gardens, Australia.
Someone asked us recently how we manage to live and work in the same space with so many plants and still maintain a feeling of 'minimalism and calm'.
Our tips, advice and loose itinerary for a two-week trip to Japan including Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka and Hakone.
Autumn in the Nezu Museum garden in Minato, Tokyo.