Through The Week 15&16

And again this will be a summary from two weeks, but I just realized that I have so sooo many pictures to share. I hope that will make the delay a little better. :) Here we go!

Should we start with my favorite day then? Florian and I took a train to a little village where I photographed our friends a week ago and from there drove to a little hidden lake in the forest.


Even if I checked on the weather it turned out that the sky was full of dark fluffy clouds and the water a little cold so we only went inside with our feet which was still so nice. I could start to read my new book and we could eat all the good snacks and admire our surroundings.

I haven’t been in the city much since Corona, but I don’t miss it much as long as I can have a nice time at home as well. :) But here are a few snapshots from when I was out!

I found this incredible yummy and cute looking cake in my favourite asian store

I made foccacia for our friends goodbye party in a little park and I felt like a little delivery service in a heavy heavy wind. :)

I also went on a trip to a garden center when I had a ruff day and all I wanted was to see something nice. I wanted to buy a rose for our front yard that one day will grow over our door and look very beautiful, but they didn’t have any left so I went with this little flower instead that now has a new home close to our front door. :)

waiting for the train to take me home with a plant for my cousin.

When I picked a book for our trip to the lake! :) I went for the one with the tiny tree. I don’t really know what to think about it yet, but it has many little short stories inside and some have been really touching already.

I found a little blouse/jacket/cardigan? at the thrift store and fell in love with this pattern.  

The first time eating out after months! And we went for vitnamese. We love asian food so very much and I especially love Bun Nem. :)

And now it’s time for the day when I photographed our friends and their camper. They are traveling through Europe for a while and now they have beautiful memories from each other as a couple and also from our evening in the garden with tummies full of summer rolls. Florian took these two shots from me on top of the camper while I photographed them in the fields. It was actually such a nice feeling to be up there and to imagine how different countries would look from this perspective. It made me want to go on a trip like this too! :)

Willow and the garden is always a good combination. :)

I’m drying lots of things for tea lately, our flowers are always making nice bouquets for our tables and our one and only waterlily started to bloom. Wonderful.

I love to shoot together with him. This time with Mona for her Yoga business under the birch trees.

Sometimes the light in our living room is lovely, especially when there are little dots.

Outgoing orders, new products and a sleepy Willow that always wants to be close. I really love him. :’)

More special light in the living room. In one of my favorite corners actually.

favourite dishes

I don’t make fancy bowl breakfasts that often, but when I do they always make me very happy because they are filled with so many yummy fruits. Here we a have a bowl with a base mainly of nectarines and mango and a few berries still warm from the garden + a few frozen pieces of banana. I added chia pudding on top.

A lovely looking dinner I shared on Instagram as well. Have a look on my feed if you want to know what was on our plates. :)


A little sad and funny looking summer roll, but I wanted to share it anyway since I wanted to write about this evening I had for myself. I was still craving summer rolls so I wanted to make them for myself on that evening again and also watched two movies ( okay I fell asleep too ;) ) , but I need to tell you about this one movie that has been one of my favorites for a long time and that is probably not soooo very well known. It’s Labor Day. Go and watch it. It’s so beautiful and sad and wonderful and the music and the feeling… I also watched the Secret Life of Bees for the second time and liked it as well. :)

Dark roasted onion bread.

I call it summer rolls leftover bowl and sticky orange tofu. Yum yum! It has been asian week(s). :)

We went on a bike ride and blueberry picking…. again! I know, I probably like blueberries too much. :)


On a sunny day my friend Anna came by and we took some photos with her girl in her belly. It was wonderful and I get a little emotional when I think about that this was only a week ago and today she was born! Life is fll of wonders.

The last two pictures from our Saturday when we picked sour cherries, but also met a friendly cat. :) The cherries are now turned into cherry compote that I preserved in jars for the winter time.

Also the house has been cleaned all day, because my friend Matylda from Poland will be here for five days.

Somehow I like this two week rhythm. What do you think?

See you soon-

3 comments on “Through The Week 15&16

  1. Wow, all das leckere Essen! Jetzt bekomme ich grad Hunger. Wie immer wunderbar stimmungsvolle Fotos und zuckersüße Illustrationen. Bitte hör nie auf!

  2. Hi Tina,
    Thank you again for sharing these lovely moments with us. I like to read your blogposts when I go to bed as they always make me feel a little softer. I really love the atmosphere of the “beyond the scenes” photos your share here but also of your suroundings. I sometimes dream I could walk in those fields and capture the light with you, so I want to thank you for all these moments you share on here.
    Have a lovely night/day :)

  3. Hello Tina!
    I also think that this two week rhythm is good and also because when it is good for you. I really like your photo`s and the weekly summeries.

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