Posted in holland, pia's photos April 30th, 2009 by piablog

…is just so pretty. with it’s birch lined bicycle paths, dreamy dutch homes, and a breathtaking forest to wander through, I would certainly say this town is a little secret slice of heaven. walking to the studio everyday was such a treat, take a look…

The shoot is over now and I’m back in the (blog)house, ready to share some more day enhancing things with you. Unfortunately I had no luck getting hold of fresh rye, but I want to thank everyone of you who tried to get me some! I had such lovely offers from as far as Estonia and Texas – you guys are the best. Even though we couldn’t make it happen I absolutely appreciate your efforts. No doubt I’ll have some more fabulously obscure prop requests and I’ll be sure to call on you for help.

Today I managed to snap some shots of the gorgeous studio I’ve been working in so I’ll post these photos soon.

But now, everyone take a deep breath. I have something coming up in my next post that I hope will be so day enhancing for you that you will be throwing your fists up in the air yelling ‘yippee!!’. I can barely contain my excitement…

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  1. trupeach says

    the green – everywhere! – is so beautiful.

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  2. Danielle says

    dreamy experience. lovely environment! xoxo

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  3. kath says

    These are beautiful shots, I love the young green of spring. I came over from another blog’s links. I’m glad I did!

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  4. E says

    WOW. It’s so green!! Goodness – how breathtaking.

    May 1st, 2009 | #

  5. Maia says

    I love these shots of deep, cool woods. They make me feel peaceful, and seem to increase the oxygen in the room just by their imagery.

    May 2nd, 2009 | #

  6. Devi says

    Simply beautiful!! The photos make me longing for Holland. I should visit my sister this year – last year I didn’t manage to do so.

    May 3rd, 2009 | #

  7. esther lee says

    Thank you for sharing this lovely dreamlike experience. So breathtaking and calming all at the same time.

    May 7th, 2009 | #

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