I’;m so pleased to share these beautiful Autumnal images with you today! Loreta of allthebeautifulthings has been a single of my favourite photographers for quite some years now and I’;m positive you can easily see why.
Isn’;t this stunning? I’;d chase him for a cuddle!
Shoes in fabulous autumnal hues! Aren’;t they just marvellous?! They look like Irregular Choice shoes that you can buy right here in the UK and I am confident all over europe.
A beautiful collage of products in red. The last picture is my favourite and that is basically because the models shoes are red velvet pumps that made me squeal out-loud with excitement!
Is this lavender bread?!
I adore the weathered wooden shed that is in this image. Loreta has a gorgeous set of photo postcards available in her etsy shop and in the ‘Winter’; collection there’;s an image which I feel is from this shoot, of two coats hanging against this wooden shed. It is a beautiful shot. I’;ve got 3 sets of postcards in my basket haha! The christmas ones would be stunning framed about the residence in the vacation season.
I really like harvest time. I consider it really is glorious when the colours are altering and we get to eat the fruits of our bounty!
These little cookies look delicious and the little brown ribbon just reminded me of autumn!
What would you do with all these apples? I am struggling to deal with 15 massive cooking apples!
These baskets Complete of apples in an orchard are definitely spectacular. I bet they weighed a tonne weight!
If getting a fabulous photographer wasn’;t adequate of a talent, Loreta can arrange lovely bouquets of flowers.
What a beautiful location!
I’;m obsessed with Bonne Mamman jars, I collect them. I could turn into jam.
Squashes and gourds to turn into chutneys and food! How beautiful.
The close up image of this basket of apples is actually just gorgeous. It makes me want I could get out there with my camera in some decent weather and set up some beautiful photos!
Collecting pinecones! Why would you gather pinecones? To make kindling for the fire?