2016.

Bike date, Thames Path, January 2016

Dancing the night away, East London, January 2016

 The first blossoms, Oxford, February 2016

Best friends, London, February 2016

Stopping for coffee under the railway arches, London, February 2016

Climbing the Monument on my birthday, London, February 2016

Birthday banner, homemade, London, February 2016

Hannah and York’s nuptials, Cambridge, March 2016

A beloved cat, Wiltshire, March 2016

Jenn from America, Greenwich Park, April 2016

Family, London, Easter 2016

Those glorious first blooms, London, April 2016

His graduation (hooray!), Guildford, April 2016

Our cosy home, London, April 2016

Coffee in Lisbon, May 2016

Laundry day, Lisbon, May 2016

Favourite season, London, May 2016

Lunch in Tiong Bahru, Singapore, May 2016 

Hawker centre dinner, Singapore, May 2016

Reading in the park, Lisbon, May 2016

Marina Bay, Singapore, June 2016

Motorbikes, Ho Chi Minh City, June 2016

Grandad and his tomato plants, London, July 2016

Self-portrait, Edinburgh, July 2016

Pen pals (BFFs), Edinburgh, July 2016

Climbing Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh, July 2016

Charlotte’s hen do, Cambridge, summer 2016

Growing tomatoes (and green fingers), London, July 2016

Lurve (and bruised, brambled summer knees), Hertfordshire, July 2016

Surprise! Celebrating 60 years of marriage, Hertfordshire, July 2016

Summer days in Richmond Park, August 2016

Americans in London, August 2016

Visiting my sister in Plymouth, August 2016

Signs of autumn, London, September 2016

New office view (and plenty of late nights), London, September 2016

Ellie’s graduation (hip hip!), Plymouth, September 2016

 

Flowers at the Wochenmarkt, Bavaria, October 2016

My old island home, Regensburg, October 2016

A dreamy autumn visit to Bristol, November 2016

Early morning, Kew Gardens, November 2016

Picking sloe berries with P, Dedham Vale, November 2016

Hidden Venice, December 2016

One last visit with Ash, London, December 2016

Family Christmas, London, December 2016 

Wishing you the happiest of happy new years. May 2017 be meaningful and bright. Here’s to the first week of a brand new, sparkling New Year. xo

  • Beautiful photos of what looks like a beautiful year! Hope 2017 brings you all the best 🙂

  • Oh Lu. I feel so relaxed reading this post and soaking in each of those beautiful photographs… in fact, relaxed is how I feel every time I visit your blog, rejuvenated too, and inspired!

    My favourite photographs were these (I stopped scrolling and really drank them in) :

     The first blossoms, Oxford, February 2016
    Stopping for coffee under the railway arches, London, February 2016 (I would frame this one!)
    Laundry day, Lisbon, May 2016
    Climbing Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh, July 2016
    Ellie’s graduation, Plymouth, September 2016
    Picking sloe berries with P, Dedham Vale, November 2016
    One last visit with Ash, London, December 2016

    How do you take photographs like these? Is it the kind of effect you can only achieve using film?

    Wishing you a very, very happy 2017 🙂

    Flora
    http://www.theeverchanginghome.com

  • Loving the first blossoms, your old island home, and your autum visit to Bristol! Looks like a year full of beautiful moments, and I wish you many more for 2017! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • frauleinlouise

      Thanks Audrey – and for your unending support and lovely comments, always 🙂

  • I found this post via The Ever Changing Home, and I’m so happy I did! Gorgeous photography, and I LOVE that the first shot is from my ends….gorge Hammersmith 🙂

    • frauleinlouise

      Amazing! So glad to say hello 🙂 I live in Hammersmith too! x

  • Magic moments