A big warm hug

It’s always lovely to go back to my hometown of Perth. Last week we headed back for a friend’s stunning wedding and to catch up with family. I finally had my first cuddle with my super happy (and cute) nephew Zac and to spend some relaxing time at my in-laws new farm in Denmark, five hours drive south of Perth. We picked rhubarb from the garden for dessert and hand fed Blue Wrens on the balcony which overlooks the beautiful Denmark native Karri forrest. A well deserved (and overdue) break!

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4 comments

  1. feels like the title of your post doesn’t just relate to your little nephew, but also to what it feels like being back in perth. beautiful shots, mon :)

  2. hi Monique! we’re looking at going down to Denmark/Albany for a few days during our trip in a few weeks; I really want to take my hubby to Greens Pool / Elephant Rock / the Treetop walk, but do you recommend anything else? Any hints on great places to stay at? There are so many possibilities, it feels slightly overwhelming! :-)

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