My wife and I always enjoyed having flowers in the house, and I took this opportunity to photograph them after they were arranged in our dining room.
A nice bouquet of flowers makes a perfect subject for a photographer, so I took the opportunity to capture their beauty on film.
After moving into our home in the early Spring of 1996, we were now comfortably settled into our new home in Bridge Street Hamlet.
The colors, textures and fragrance of a vase full of flowers brings an added technicolor dimension to any room they are placed.
My wife and David, who was still recovering from breaking his arm playing on the playground at school, enjoy coffee and cake – one of our family’s most treasured traditions!
In Germany, coffee and cake is an opportunity for the family to gather together with coffee and home baked cakes or light open faced sandwiches at 4:00 pm – for a much appreciated pause in their busy day.
Fall arrives slowly in England, the weather begins to cool off and the trees gradually turn colors and drop their leaves, but many plants remain green for quite a while.
David took the opportunity to claim the lounge chair I had been reclining in prior to getting up to BBQ on the grill, and he was quite pleased with his achievement!
With the cooler temperatures of fall setting in, thoughts always turn to coziness and comfort – and here David snuggles on the couch under a blanket – as snug as a bug in a rug!
I started the first fire in our fireplace of the season – one of many we would all enjoy together, as fall slowly transitioned into winter and then spring once again.
There is something very soothing about a roaring fire in a fireplace, providing warmth and comfort to all who gather around it.