Samedi, j’ai retrouvé la jolie Audrey, que je ne connaissais pas encore, pour des photos qui changent un peu de mes habitudes. Merci encore d’avoir accepté de jouer le jeux et d’être baladée à gauche et à droite à la recherche de la lumière parfaite 😘 @augiaco - #tuesbelle#vousetesbeaux#portrait
It’s your chance to get a free community cuppa from Keith today...just be the first one for the day to pledge your commitment and get a pic taken to share with us.
Our Towns Mental Health Month #lovemeharder campaign is here for all of October. We’ve got two little ideas for you to mark the occasion... 1. Make a love commitment to yourself for the whole town to see cause you are so damn worth it (or just make it quietly in your bedroom...no pressure!) 2. Pay a community cuppa forward @keith_murwillumbah cause generosity is hands down the best kind of self love...and get your photo taken by them at the same time to join our Insta and FB #lovemeharder campaign.
These two peeps up here 👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼tied the knot this past weekend in West Virginia & I’m seriously #Shooketh y’all. The candles, the venue, the cake, the toasts, the dancing, the LOVE. I mean, COME ON Y’ALL! 👏🏼🙌🏼 Totally worth freezing our butts off while shooting this set & best of all, getting to see the sheer excitement in Allison & Ryan’s reaction after showing these to them in camera 🔥💃🏼
Torre Medievale di Monticchio
Torre di Monticchio, Torre Vittoria o più semplicemente Torre Petrara è stata realizzata in epoca medievale a guardia e difesa delle pianure pontine. In tempi precedenti alla bonifica delle paludi pontine, la torre era adagiata su un rilievo accessibile; successivamente tutta l'area circostante è stata utilizzata come cava di calcare per utilizzarne i materiali estratti per la realizzazione della città di Latina e i borghi circostanti. Il Pantanelli nel secolo XVIII così la descrive: "Tra lo Ninfeo, fiume di Portatura, e la via Papale, s'erge ameno monticello, composto delle medesime pietre naturali dei nostri monti e vestito di arbori d'oliva e da ghianda, appellato il Monticchio. Nella sua sommità ha una non grande ma robusta torre di pietra da cento, ristretta in quadro da piccoli baloardi o siano sentinelle alla gotica, della medesima struttura, negli angoli delle cortine"
Another amazing day at Torre Astura, where history is perfectly combined with cristal waters and a pines forest behind.
Take advantages during the next weekend, afterward it will be closed till next summer season.
A couple of days ago I took Letty for her 10 month review.
To be honest I was a little apprehensive. The older two had had reviews at a much older age so with no point of reference I had worried about what things I may be asked. Was she on track. Was I feeding her the right stuff. Was I doing enough stuff with her. I know I shouldn't have panicked about any of these things she's a bright spark with a healthy appetite who never sits still for two minutes and loves to be about and about doing things but when I'm questioned by someone with a clipboard my brain shuts down and refuses to communicate with my mouth which inevitably ends up spouting rubbish about goodness knows what.
But on this occasion I needn't have worried. I'd not given enough credit to just how much Letty loves an audience so was only too willing to demonstrate all her capabilities whilst at the same time showing off her new shoes and her dazzling smile. She had the health visitor in awe of her and I'll be honest she knew it.
She did so well.
Right up until the last minute.
Then, as the health visitor was winding up the review Letty crawled over to her grabbed onto her sandled foot and started licking/biting her toes.
She was like a vice clamp that we had to prize off.
Luckily she's all gums so no pain just a lot of slobber and an awkward end to her review.