A day spent clearing our thoughts and appreciating our surroundings. We are very lucky to be able to get in the car and in less than a hour be in a very scenic part of Scotland. The weather has been pretty dismal here (when is it not? It’s Scotland), but that didn’t stop us putting on our waterproofs and exploring parts of Loch Lomond.
A while back Whistles contacted me about photographing a neighbourhood guide for Glasgow, of course I jumped at the chance. One, I love the brand and two, I love my city. Also what would be more fun than spending a day with my camera photographing some of the prime locations in Glasgow and really getting to know it that wee bit better. Some of my favourite places that I photographed was the Botanic Gardens, Good press, Glasgow Art School and the GOMA. You can view the full list on the neighbourhood guide here, where it goes into a little more detail.
I have been on the search for stylish bunk beds for the boys room, in order to free up some space in their room. Whilst searching, I stumbled across this beautiful kids furniture range from Oliver Furniture, designed by Søren Rørbæk. Although not the bunk beds I am looking for, it is still a great example of lovely kids furniture. It is also made with high quality Nordic Oak, which is one of my favourite types of wood.