11/27/12

senses


Hearing- Bee cooing from her crib // Herb Alpert on the record player
Touching- Messy bedhead and cold branches brought indoors
Seeing- The winter volume of Kinfolk // dust bunnies under the couch
Tasting- Hot chocolate from scratch and too many pieces of buttered toast
Smelling- Pine sap and baby oil

22 comments:

  1. Katie, that top photo is gorgeous. Exciting to see another Kinfolk volume out! ;) You do such a lovely job. We're luck to have you.

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  2. There is no such thing as too many pieces of (vegan) buttered toast!

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  3. Seeing - beautiful, calming photos.

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  4. These are beautiful, serene photos. xx

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  5. Ohh I love making hot chocolate from scratch! These are beautiful photos, all in the details :)

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  6. that first photo is just so pretty. i hope our future daughter's get your hair (my husband has beautiful red hair too, so maybe? i can never figure out how those things work...).

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  7. Lovely photos - you have awakened our senses!

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  8. Lovely post.

    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  9. I like that top photo too-- beautiful colors and such a switch from your usual palette that opening this blog post was stunning. xoxo

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  10. beautiful post---u have a way of making the "simple" things seem so incredible---which they are. have a great week :o)

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  11. Great photos! I have a collection of senses posts if you want to check them out :)

    ♥ Naomi {Starry Eyes + Coffee Cups}

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  12. Aww, how I miss those baby coo's! Enjoy those for me ; )

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  13. These are beautiful! I love the details and the fur rug(?) is to die for!
    xx Natalia

    http://elantheblog.blogspot.com/

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  14. Your pictures just get more and more beautiful... And Kinfolk, hot chocolate and pine sap sound blissful! Enjoy.

    Katie xx

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  15. I looked at you about page and I saw the picture. I love the picture, but i was wondering were you got that antique camera?
    Emma
    http://emmavogelsang.blogspot.com

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  16. I really must get my hands on a Kinfolk Magazine! There are no stores that carry it close to home... but the next time I'm in the city I'll be picking one up! yay! :)

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  17. Beautiful photo, love Kinfolk and I feel like I can smell the pine sap from here! <3

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  18. These remind me of things that could go on a gratitude list - I just started one and it's kind of amazing!

    xo
    cortnie

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  19. I love this series. And as always, your photos are so beautiful.

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  20. gorgeous.
    xo,
    andrea >>hecallsmewifey

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