Hello my friends! What I personally think is the best season of the year, is about to leave us to make room for the colder Winter and I have to say that I’ve never seen so many autumn colours as this year’s ones, I really loved being a spectator of the changing season in the English countryside.

I moved to the English countryside five years ago, in search of a slower life after a very, very busy period in London(which I still love as a city but that kinda life doesn’t suit me). Last summer my husband and I, after living for over 4 years in Tunbridge Wells, bought our first house in a stunning village called Wadhurst, in the East Sussex. A simple and cosy cottage close to the British valley, has always been my dream and it finally came true!

Living in the countryside is making me so much happier! There is something magical happening when you live surrounded by nature, kind people, breathtaking views and incredible foot paths. Stress just goes away to leave room to happiness and relaxing vibes. You step out your house to go in the village centre, talk to very kind and smiling people, take a coffee at your usual place to then go for a long walk in the magical British valley.

I always knew England was my place, but it is even better than what I thought now that I’m living here! What caught my attention more than anything else, is its nature and the beauty of it.

Almost every day I go for a walk with my little dog Marley and my camera (never without) discovering new footpaths all around the village and each time I find new beautiful details, bucolic views and hidden woods to spend even more time walking through ’em.


I really encourage everyone to have a nice early morning stroll, especially when it’s misty, frosty and gloomy!
Wonderful autumn colours in full bloom, crunchy leaves and mossy forest floor, rolling hills, the scent of autumn in the air and the deep light through the trees which makes every little detail of nature sparkle.
So peaceful and relaxing, there’s nothing better to get lost and clear your mind, breathe fresh air and let your wellies get muddy across fields. This is my wellbeing therapy!

Photography Tips

  • Most of the time I only use 50mm 1.8 for close up shots but the 18-135mm can be a good choice to cover most of the shots.
  • A thing that I like is waiting the weather to be overcast when I’m shooting valleys or cottages, and waiting the golden hour when I’m inside woods or paths.
  • It’s likely that you will need your aperture to be as open as possible to let all the light in your camera and get a nicely lit photo.
  • Don’t forget to clean your lenses before any day out shooting. You don’t want to find out your photos being all ruined at the end of the day.
  • Other than the above, go out, take pictures and have fun!

I personally think that the best place to go for a walk into the wild nature is Snape Wood. It’s a beautiful woodland with plenty of trees, plants and wildlife but also stunning valleys to admire.
If you are looking for a nice easy walk I love to take the path just behind the church and follow the road: you will be walking on the road most of the times but the traffic is calm (almost non-existent) and you can easily spot stunning cottages with beautiful gardens along the way.
Others astonishing places to visit in the area are Bewl Water and Bedgebury Pinetum.

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Bohemian Wedding

Hello folks!
It’s been a while! I’ve been pretty busy as I’ve just moved in the British countryside (which I love!!!), bought our first house and doing a massive renovation, so there has been a lot going on this summer but I would love to share few of my fab wedding details because is my Fourth Wedding Anniversary today, my special Bohemian Wedding!
And, of course, I’m also going to talk about plants and flowers.

Well, where to start… My Bohemian Wedding was absolutely magical and unforgettable!
It was August , a very very hot day and it was in Italy! We chose an enchanting rustic Italian restaurant (” Da Alessandro e Margherita” ) with a huge beautiful garden and mountains view. Warm and calming vibes, delicious food, lovely people and fun times! The day was filled with gorgeous flowers, bohemian decorations and was super stylish!

Nature is my passion, so I couldn’t help but choose the woods to create beautiful memories of my wedding day! Our photoshoot was incredibly dreamy! We had a slow walk in the forest, a warm light through the trees and our love was creating.

The most memorable parts of our day were the golden hour walk and our first look. We were so lucky to get a stunning magical light for our photoshoot and we were in the woods, having a walk surrounded by beautiful trees and it was so quite and intense that we really enjoyed our time there. So emotional and full of love, the ceremony was incredible, all the details and vibes were just perfect for a perfect day.

Bohemian Bride

A Bohemian Wedding with a boho dress has always been in my dreams! It wasn’t easy to choose all the details at the first, but the more you see and try the clearer it gets. I found everything needed and with time, patience and even more patience (and more patience) I eventually managed to get all I wanted.

I had a beautiful flocked floral patterned ivory lace dress: long sleeves, high neck and open back, sweep train skirt, romantic and elegant with a delicate vintage feel. I absolutely loved the cut, and I could 100% picture myself getting married in that dress!

  • Bohemian ivory lace dress: Sposami Atelier , Italy.
  • Earrings : Handmade double pearls drop and gold from Etsy.
  • Anklets: Laxmi Handmade Head over heels made with cultured pearls, row of sparkling diamond stones, silver and gold effect chain work, tied with silk ribbon from GraceLoveLace.
  • Shoes: Nude Sandal from Office.

I decided to have a low bun updo with a braid just on one side and decorated with fresh flowers and leaves. I used white roses and a couple of Carnation flowers and a hint of green with leaves of eucalyptus, creating a romantic and chic style and it was absolutely perfect!

  • Hairstyle by Deborah from her studio ” Dacci un taglio”.

Bohemian Groom

My lovely, beautiful husband was absolutely handsome at our day! His outfit was a mix of boho and classic style, it worked perfectly with the vibe of the day and he looked stunning!

He wore an Hugo Boss black tuxedo suit tailored fit and he had a white shirt ,very classic and elegant from the same brand. He chose a jacquard silk bordeaux bow tie from Hugo Boss too. The shoes were very stylish, he wore an handmade two-tone tan brogues from Herrings.

The boutonniere was the perfect bohemian touch! A big white fresh rose , a red carnation flower and eucalyptus leaves.


What sort of flowers and leaves did I choose?

Since our theme was having a botanical bohemian garden for our Bohemian Wedding, we had a lot of ferns leaves, white roses, parlour palm leaves, eucalyptus, Monstera leaves, dark red carnation flowers and Ivy vine to get more green feeling.
Flowers and leaves on the tables, vases , bottles … where ever it was possible to have them!
I had a beautiful wild flowers bouquet which matched the colour scheme perfectly.
Bridesmaids had roses and carnation flowers bracelets and all groomsmen wore a fresh flowers boutonniere (roses and eucalyptus) and they chose their own dress and everything was so in line with our wedding!

Decorations

Our reception was gorgeous inside and outside, so botanical so magical!
We had a colour scheme of white and green with a hint of gold. I really loved styling my own wedding and seeing all my idea come together on the day, I really couldn’t make it without Margherita, she is the owner of the restaurant and she was patiently listening to me, taking care of every single detail and she made my dream come true !

In the garden we had a romantic and beautiful white arch with tables and chairs, vintage furniture, like cushions, a sofa, old bags and a wood cupboard so people could lounge and take pictures.
It all came together perfectly!

We got married in the afternoon, so we decided to had a slow apertif in the garden first and then moving on to the restaurant area for dinner, which was stunning! Candles, lights, lanterns from the ceiling and a lot of green and flowers everywhere! It looked dreamy!

Wedding table decorations are an essential part of your big day and turning your wedding vision into a reality can actually be a lot of fun!
Small details will hint at the overall look or vibe you are going for.
Adding an accent of colour to the different elements of your wedding tablescape, is an easy way to tie all of your decorations together, I used vases and candles to add romance to my table decorations, but make sure that any decorations you add to your tables do not prevent your guests from seeing each other so they can get to know each other and marvel at your wedding together!

The magical night lights

Candles were the subjects of our evening. They add a delicate light, with gentle movement and calm vibes. We loved to finish our day involving our guest by asking them to make white lanterns fly into the sky. It was a magical and breathtaking moment!

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Spring, the blooming season

After a cold winter, when nature takes a break and leaves the rain and the frost doing its job while everything else sleeps, a new peaceful moment is about to start. It’s finally spring!! Green everywhere, blooming, amazing scents, colourful gardens… Everything is so perfect and harmonious! Nothing beats spring, the blooming season!

Why do I love to photograph flowers and plants?

Flowers and Plants make me so happy, I feel calm and in peace every time I’m surrounded by nature, but what I like the most is to get my camera, my wellies and go through woods and over the hills to find these beauties!

I usually have a clear idea of what I’d like to photograph when I start my day, keeping my eyes out for colours, perfect light and colourful textures. I tend to focus on flowers and leaves, I love the intricacy of petals, and how many details there are when you get very close to them.

I’m very curious to discover new types of flowers and plants every time I go out, they’re so unique and singular so I can be creative with my photos. As said, spring, the blooming season, offers a lot of different flowers and plants to play with!

Photography tips

  • Use primes lenses like 50mm 1.8 aperture, 70mm and better if macro lenses.
  • Put your aperture to the minimum value of your lens. The lower the better, it will give you bokeh and a nice blurry background.
  • Clean your lens before shooting, always, always and always!
  • Make sure to put your subject in focus!! Very important for close up shots.
  • Check your white balance, every time the weather changes.
  • And last but not least, have your camera set to manual to be able to do everything I just said!

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Cumbria-wild camping

Hello you! The best Camping season is here!

Have you ever visited Lake District? Are you a camping lover?
Well, this is the right place if you are planning a wild camping weekend at Lake District! I will be sharing informations, tips and, last but not least, my own experience.

Camping is one of my favourite passions and I personally think there are no better ways to stay by the nature and enjoy its beauty. After a long hike, I love to look for a nice spot to stay for the night and be ready to see the sunrise the next day. Usually I camp between the trees, away from the noise of the surrounding towns, in the middle of the green, where the sounds of nature create an enchanting and delicate atmosphere.

Remember that wild camping is not allowed in the UK, but most of the times if you camp late and leave early, you pick up your rubbish and leave the place as you found it, no one will ever complain. So be respectful, don’t leave rubbish behind and enjoy your adventure!

My Little trip to Lake District, Cumbria – Wild camping

I went in Cumbria with my husband, my little dog and two of our friends at the end of August two years ago and we were very lucky because that summer was very warm and sunny! We didn’t plan anything, so we decided to get our tent and just be adventurers and it turned out to be amazing and very fun!

  • Ready! We started our trip from Tunbridge Wells, in Kent. We packed our car and we went from there. Our first stop was going to be Peak District, so we could sleep and rest for the second part of the driving up to Lake District.
  • We arrived at Lake District by the night, we parked the car nearby the entrance of the main park and we walked up the peak to find a spot for our wild camp. So touches in hands, bags and drinks and there we started walking. We found one spot eventually so we prepared everything ready for the night and, once finished, we went exploring just to end up the day with yet another Adventure!
  • It was deep night and we walked up ’till the highest peak of the park and started taking photographs of the Milky way and wild life there was there. We also spotted another wild camper there on the top who left as soon as he saw us.
  • Fun was over, we needed to rest for the second part of the driving which was in like.. 4 hours! Not much left to sleep really!
  • It’s morning, we woke up after a pretty rough night, the spot we chose wasn’t a perfect one, we were literally sleeping over a massive rock and let’s say it wasn’t that comfy for our back. So lesson learned: choose your spot with care, if you want to enjoy the night!
  • Don’t let me start with the sand flies issue on wild camping. From 6am to 8am is usually full of those tiny and annoying insects which love to bother you ’till you leave. They sting and let me tell you, they can reach all places of your body. My husband will be more than happy to tell you his experience. So lesson learned number 2: bring insect repellent unless you like to be eaten alive.
  • There we went again, jumping on the car and driving up to Lake District. Pretty boring part so I will skip it here.
  • We arrived at Lake district eventually. The place we already showing its beauty just by driving. Lakes, woods, parks, hills, waterfalls.. Just amazing, couldn’t wait to stop the car, jump off and go walking.
  • We found a car park and we went there, took all our bags and went for a hike going up to a lake at the top of a peak. It was a really nice, long and VERY WARM walk. The sun was hitting like never before in UK. Luckily there was a river just to feel a bit of cold water. We arrived at the top lake after an hour walking and it was beautiful. Stopped there for lunch and enjoyed the views.
  • We then moved up, to reach the second lake on an even higher peak, another hour walking up but this time me and my husband stopped as the road was to steep for our dog. Our 2 friends went up alone and managed to arrived there eventually!
  • All done, we reached the top.. Now what?!.. Well, going back down to where we started from!
  • Now the cool part! After a beer at the pub next to the car park, we needed to find a place for the wild camping night! We found an amazing spot, with a lake and an amazing surrounding woods. Many campers were there but the place was so big that you could not notice that. We took all our stuff and went in finding, once again, the perfect spot.
  • Found it and prepared everything for the night, prepared dinner with a portable grill and drank some beers. Now? Time to say good night, it was a very intense day and we needed to be ready for the early morning.
  • The beauty of Cumbria is the magical morning vibe.
    When we woke up , very early, we were surrounded by a thick fog, unforgettable moment! I was very impressed how intense the green of forest was, the contrast with the white of the fog was stunning and so many beautiful mushrooms everywhere!
    So I took the camera with me and I went taking pictures of that lovely moment! I couldn’t resist!
  • So that morning we had a lovely breakfast, we made a coffee in the stovetop, had some biscuits and some bread with jam (cookies for my little dog of course) to get some energy for the next hike we had planned!
  • Later the day we packed everything back again in the car and, sadly, started our trip back home.

Camping Tips , Cumbria – Wild camping

The Weather matter!

Sometimes it’s very hard to plan what to take with you if you don’t know the place. The weather In Cumbria is mainly light winds throughout. Mist or fog form in the valleys early and late, but plenty of dry and sunny weather expected by day. The best time to go runs between March and June but in the last couple of years British summer weather changed a lot and now it gets warmer ’till September. Be ready for a rain shower at any time though!

Some little tips on what to bring with you for Cumbria – Wild camping :

  • Tent, go small but not cheap. Find a waterproof, stable and easy to install one.
  • Remember that if you don’t like to sleep on the floor, you might want to bring a yoga mat or a camping inflatable bed (this last one is very bulky, so think if you are walking with it or not).
  • Sleeping bag.
  • Snacks, water and some food on your hiking back pack.
  • Bring your cup and camp stove to be able to boil water and drink teas and coffees under the stars.
  • Waterproof layers, you never know what’s going to happen (especially in UK). Don’t freeze please, can be very risky.
  • Hat and sunscreen, I know it’s the UK but you never know. Our trip was very VERY warm and sunny through-out the entire hike.
  • Torch and head torch. One of the last thing you don’t want, is being in the dark. Especially if you like to explore during the night. The phone flash won’t last long :).
  • Bring a waste bag for your rubbish. Remember, leave the place like you found it. Do it for you but also for all other wild campers.
  • I know this will add a bit of weight, but bring your essential camera equipment, you won’t regret it. Night and wild photography is one of the most beautiful things ever during camping.
  • Last but not least. BRING insects repellent or you will regret you didn’t buy it. Bugs are likely to sting you and not one only, not two, MANY will do. I’m telling you by experience, my husband was full of stings in less then 10 minutes, so please bring it and enjoy you camping.

Just to end up this post, Cumbria – Wild camping is one of the most beautiful experiences we’ve had and I really encourage you to have a think and go there. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to comment below or contact me on the CONTACT ME page.

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my relationship with phography

Hey everyone!

Today I’m here to share with you my relationship with Photography and why I love it so much!

My story has begun long time ago, I fell in love with photography when I was 12 and I first started taking photos. I was using just a Kodak Single Use camera back then, I know the quality wasn’t very good but it was enough to catch the best memories and it’s very fun and emotional to see those pictures today.

I used to snap photos everywhere, all the hike with my friends, holiday at the beach, animals, plants and flowers. Pretty much everything.

As I grew older, I began to take photography more seriously so I started studying, doing advanced courses, improving my knowledge with lot of daily practise, doing a lot of photographs on my travels.

You can’t imagine how many mistakes I had to do before achieving what I had in my mind. I’m very picky on composition of the pictures, which requires a lot of technical skills, especially on close up shots.

Today I’m still practicing new techniques and new styles, you never stop learning new stuff!!

Few tips I can give you to start learning photography for real are:

  • If your camera have the manual setting, please use it and never change it!
  • Manual settings will force you to learn the main rules of photography.
  • Play with the shutter speed for blurry effects!
  • Also play with the shutter aperture for lighting effects!
  • Try to check your white balance, which is another great setting to play with for colour effects.
  • There are plenty of free courses online for basic photography, check them out!

… Telling stories through images…


Through the years, my camera has become the best way to show my perspective, my feelings. With photography I can tell a story, mine, yours and whoever has one. I love capturing the little details of the world around me, focusing on the beauty of nature.

Plants, flowers, trees and woodlands are my favourites subjects. I’m fascinated by the natural light, changes of seasons and all the magic vibes they get. I could photograph this enchanting moments all day long, every day!

Photography has become a big part of my life and is very much linked with my other passion which is walking. I mostly love doing long walks in the woods, mountains and British countryside and every time I get in these places, my mind gets lost. Photography helps me to capture those feelings, I’m always trying to create a unique, dreamy and delicate moment which, one day, will be a fantastic memory to watch and watch again.. and again.

My gear

Just wanted to let you know my gear so I can help all the new photographers out there. Listing here all my lenses and cameras:

  • Canon 750D, my very first professional camera.
  • Canon 80D, my current camera. Next one will be Full Frame.
  • Canon 10-18mm lens. I use this one for landscapes and amazing video.
  • Canon 50mm 1.4 lens. I use this one for closeups and portraits.
  • Samyang 14mm 2.4 lens. This one is for night photography, mostly milky way and stars.
  • Canon 18-135mm. A general lens so I can change the focal length without changing the lens.
  • Canon 70-300mm. Very long lens for close ups and distant animals.

Here I have all my other gear which is as important the the above:

  • Tripod, very VERY important. A stable and portable tripod will be your best friend.
  • Photography bag. You will need one for your many expensive lenses and cameras.
  • Lens cleaner. Also very important, you don’t want your lenses to be dirty during a shoot.
  • Filters. ND filters are my fav but coloured ones are cool too for some unexpected results!
  • Rain cover. I know that professional cameras like Canon are waterproof but.. better cover them!
  • Drone DJI Spark. Arial shooting sorted with this drone!
  • Multi charger for many batteries!

That’s pretty much My relationship with Photography. Are you a storyteller too? Well, I can’t wait to hear what photography means for you and what is your Relationship with Photography! Feel free to subscribe and share your story with me, I’m very interested on hearing what photography means to you!

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Horses & Ponies in New Forest

Hey you! Are you planning to visit New Forest? If you do , you don’t want to miss the Horses & Ponies you will find there on those beautiful landscapes!

I’ve been there quite a few times now and I will tell you when it’s the perfect moment to go and how to get a lovely and unique memory of it!

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NEW FOREST?! WHAT IS IT?!

First of all, New Forest is an attractive large British land, located in the South of England and famous for its ponies, deer and wildlife and popular with walkers, cyclists and horse-riders.

The New Forest national Park is one of the most important areas in the country for lichens, beetles, bats and fungi. Many of which dependent on very old trees, including some rare species.

In these ancient, unclosed woodlands you can enjoy the beauty of nature, tranquillity, the magic vibes of the forest, stunning British lands but also entertainment and fun at the same time!

New Forest offers challenging hikes, also short distance walks for family in charming villages, lowland heaths, ancient woodlands and coastline, peaceful countryside with rolling hills and panoramic views.

I really encourage you to visit this area for a lovely weekend trip or wild camping, have a picnic and spend the day exploring, you will never get bored trust me.


I didn’t know how many beautiful horses there are in New Forest before I went there, I was literally taking hundred of photos, they where everywhere and I can’t wait to get back there for more!

Horses & Ponies in New Forest AT SUNRISE!!

Sunrise is a magic phenomenon that make me astonished every time I see one. Makes me feel like I’m in a fairy tale and I love to stop everything I’m doing, clear out my mind, enjoy the moment and just listen the sounds from the nature and only then, taking as many pictures as possible with that beautiful lighting scenario which will last for 1 hour or so.

So get up early! It’s time to photograph during this special moment!


It’s very moist and muddy early in the morning in New Forest, so get something warm to put on and don’t forget your wellies of course, if you don’t want to end up with freezing feet!


Remember to take some snacks, a huge cup of coffee and water with you, you don’t want to find yourself without food or drinks in the middle of the land, miles away from the shops and restaurants!

A good place to see ponies and horses is at Beachern Wood near Brockenhurst. They are bay, white or chestnut colour. Please remember not to feed them, not to leave your dog off the lead and not to scare them! Other than that, just enjoy their beauty!

There are lots of them and they seem to be very happy to pose for you, as you will see on my photos!!

MY PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

I will try to give you as many tips as possible to take a beautiful picture to the Horses & Ponies in New Forest, but remember that every situation is different depending on the light, weather and time of the day!

What I personally love is playing with the natural light, especially with sunrays filtering around the subject. It’s very easy to get a wonderful vibe and warm colours at sunrise in New Forest because of the usual fog they get there, that makes everything magical and vibrant!

General tips:

Usually I don’t have to change much in post-production, I try and like to keep the natural light as realistic as possible during the shooting, so don’t forget the following if you don’t want to spend too much time in front of your computer to fix your photos:

  • Clean up your lenses!! You don’t really want to clean the spots out in Post!
  • Make sure you bring a tripod with you, you will need it for early morning photos and many sunrays effects! ( Will explain later)
  • Check your White balance!!! This is quite important if you want to avoid post production colour grading!
  • Manual focus on the details you want to catch. (Eyes, etc etc). Be precise, you don’t want to find out all your photos are out of focus when you get back home!!
  • Check you have enough space on your card!
  • Bring enough batteries with you!
  • Make sure you bring the lenses you need, don’t bring them all. Just bring what you really need. My suggestion would be a prime 35mm, prime 50mm and a 18-130mm. Don’t bring 2000 lenses for no reason or you will end up with a lot of back pain at the end of the day!
Horses & Ponies in New Forest

Some Camera settings tips on early morning photography:

  • Use your tripod to be able to drop the shutter speed to 1/50, so you don’t have your hand shaking.
  • Remember, 1/50 shutter speed is meant to be used when your subject doesn’t move much.
  • ISO, try to stay as low as possible, depending on your camera. On the 80D you can go as high as 400-1200 to be able to denoise in post.
  • Aperture must be open to the max level. in my case I was using a 50mm lens with 1.8 aperture, this way you get in focus subject and bokeh and defocused background. The lower the aperture the blurred the background!
  • Having the aperture that way will allow you to lower the ISO values cause more light will come into your lens, giving you a cleaner picture at the end!

Have fun taking pictures of Horses & Ponies in New Forest!!!

What if it’s cloudy!!??

Well, we are not always the luckiest here in UK, aren’t we. It’s not uncommon to find a rainy or/and foggy day so be prepared, because rain ain’t stop us!!

What tips for foggy photography? Here’s mine:

  • Try to catch the minimal effect of the fog, leaving the background blank and focus on the subject.
  • Take advantage of the contrast the fog gives. Fog being white/grey-ish and subject being darker creates a very nice effect where your subject pops on the viewer’s eyes.
  • Less is more! Try not to include a lot of elements in your photo, try to focus on a single subject and try not having your background too busy! The lighting is not helping you, being so ambient and not directional so yeah, keep it simple!! You won’t regret it!
  • Remember the white balance, very important! Don’t get too warm or too cold, just, you know, white!
  • White horses and white fog? No worries! Find something dark to have the horse pop with the same contrast concept I explained above, like the woods in the background, some trees, a bush.. Anything!

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Into The Woods

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