Justin Hackworth's Fine Art Prints

• 13 June 2016

For years, Justin Hackworth has been the one to capture all the big moments in our family's life (here and here to name a few). I consider these images treasures and am so grateful to have taken the time to make our photo sessions together a priority.  Now that I don't live nearby, I love that I still have access to Justin's work online. I am a particular fan of the large size, as it makes the image even more compelling.  His style would be ideal on a wall like the ones shown below.

You can discover these fine art prints here and view more of Justin's wedding + portrait photography here.  I think any of Justin's prints would look fantastic on a gallery wall styled like the ones seen in this home tour (more images of this Australian home here).  Swoon!

images via Justin Hackworth and The Design Files


Mini Fruit Rouges Crisps with Pistachios

• 06 June 2016

For me, summertime is the season for camping, small trips to see family/cousins and for picking berries.  The activity is both practical and enjoyable for kids (who doesn't want homemade jam in their lunches next schoolyear I remind them) and adults alike.  We all get to munch while we pick, chat about this and that, and catch a few rays of sunshine (not to be taken for granted up here in the Pacific Northwest).  Also, since we live in the city, it involves a trip to either the suburbs or the country, which is always refreshing as long as you don't get stuck in traffic :).

This recipe is a personal favorite, as it encompasses so many things I love--mini desserts, fresh berries, slightly nutty flavor and a mix of warmth and coolness (if you serve with ice cream, which is a must in my book!).  If you don't have access to tayberries, like we do up here in Washington, feel free to substitute cherries, a more classic "fruit rouges".  Enjoy!

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