Blue skies mixed with white clouds and mild temperatures, soft breezes and the sounds of birds singing around the gardens. Bees and humming birds happily kissing the flowers in celebration.
These are shots that I took of the beautiful vintage tea cup set that I found at the antique store in Temecula, here in San Diego. It’s a cool little town that I’ve been visiting for two years to find treasures, relax and eat good food.
It’s as beautiful in the bowl as it is delicious. It’s so nice to discover new ways to prepare healthy dishes using simple ingredients such as vegetables, herbs and a little kosher meat, and transform these into an aromatic meal.
Thought of sharing the Autumn flat lays with a wintery atmosphere. Also showing off this 1950s oval shaped vintage mirror that I found in the Flea Market in LA and transformed it into a new shabby wooden board, a project that took me two weeks to complete.
.. so many people quote ‘be the change’, yet their actions point more towards rash outer anxiety and even aggression as opposed to actual quiet, inner work over time. If benevolent change is sought, responsibility starts within and from there, love, maturity and wisdom radiate outward.
Below are some photos I took recently with flowers from a local market, leaves, pine cones, branches and such that I picked up on my walks home, and fruits and vegetables from the farmers market, all combined.
And if that weren’t enough, there was still space to also plant a fern, string of pearls, monkey cups, a bug eating plant, and a hanging cactus that looks like a beautiful cascade of colorful mini red balls that later blossom into white flowers.
Toasted on sourdough bread with sprinkles of organic broccoli sprouts, dill, fresh fruit, delicate slices of cucumber and hemp-seeds. Beautifully presented to you homemade, with love, using some of the herbs form my little private green garden.