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A surprisingly wintry Saturday was spent eating BBQ'd breakfast with Auntie Steph and Uncle Dan followed by a wander through a local antique-come-junk shop. The old wares were slightly overpriced, so we left empty handed... but remained extremely full bellied for the rest of the day.

Hope you're having a lovely weekend!

12 comments :

  1. Just found your blog- what a lovely family you have! And why have I never thought of BBQ for breakfast?? Looks delicious.

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  2. just quietly, i cant stop perving on your family and friends. Where do u find such attractive people?

    xo em

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  3. What a lovely way to catch up with friends, having breakfast in the park, looks like a beautiful morning. I hope you are enjoying your weekend. xo

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  4. ah perfect. and i love em's comment. x.

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  5. Hi, I'm new to your blog and have loved reading through. You have one lovely family! I look forward to visiting you more often. Bisous from a Parisian mama xx

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  6. Empty handed maybe ... but what a wonderful way to spend the day.

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  7. Hey Em, just quietly, it's not just the weather that's hot up North! ;) x

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  8. ahahah oh my, oh my. packing my bags NOW!! see you soon. Aslo, tres appreciative of todays post ;).

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  9. Sounds like the most perfect day. xx that brekky puts my vegemite toast to shame!

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  10. Just found your blog - looks like a good ploace to come visit!! Meanwhile, fantastic pictures, would love to know what camera, and what settings...there is something quite lovely about them, a real warmth!

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  11. Hi Andrea, thaks for stopping by :) I'm glad you like my pictures. I use a Canon 60D with standard 18-55 lens (hoping to get a new lens soon!). I shoot almost exclusively on AV and just amp up my white balance to achieve that warmth. I sometimes wonder if my pictures are too warm...but I'm glad you like them x

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  12. Hey,interesting. I wonder if the white balance is what makes the difference. I will have a crack at playing with my white balance. It's not something I have ever touched before, but maybe now is the time!

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