Saturday, 5 January 2013

Kangaroo Island Christmas: Part One

You might have noticed that I have been slightly absent from blogging in the past month.

Thanks to the generosity of my parents, my family and I had the amazing opportunity to venture to Kangaroo Island and live for a week on the most amazing homestead in the middle of nowhere over Christmas.

There was no phone, TV, or internet reception and it was bliss. Without distraction, all 31 of us played games, ate, fished, swam, ate, 4-wheeled, sand boarded, ate and just re-connected.

My Dad could be found everyday whittling wood into swords for his grand-children and it is now one of Noah's most prized possessions.

These people are my people and I was so glad to be able to capture moments that we may never have all together again.

See here for Part Two



  1. Amazingggg work Ellen!!! I am so in love with the way you capture moments!

  2. Love all of these photos Elle!! So many wonderful moments and memories :) xx

  3. So many wonderful memories Ellen Thanks Sweetheart

  4. Oh my these photos are so beautiful!

  5. The 4th photo down is my favourite. Wow. Just wow.

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