Kiran – running through the rice fields at dusk. I am so grateful every day we’re here that my kids get to live out their childhood like this.

Maya – she never stays still so i so rarely get an eye contact portrait like this. Taking a break from colouring 🙂

Last week I loved balloons in the snow, these black and white portraits, and these moody and gorgeous shots.

Linking up with Jodi

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  1. Bridie says:

    Such stunning light in the first photo and your little Maya is just gorgeous!

  2. Ian says:

    Lovely pictures of the kids, I hope you have a good backup for all the great photos! 😉

  3. des says:

    oh my, living the beautiful dream in bali! thanks for the link love, a pleasure to meet you.

  4. Emma says:

    What a wonderful childhood for your beautiful children.
    Emma x.

  5. Amanda says:

    New blog reader here 🙂
    Your children are so cute!
    May I ask, what sort of camera/ lens do you use? The quality is quite noticeable.

  6. jen says:

    these photos are jaw-dropping gorgeous! oh how I’d love to visit there. Glad I found your blog through jodi.

  7. viviana says:

    me encantan… aunque hablamos el mismo ideoma me encanta tu blog ya que hablamos de lo mismo felicidades….y te invito a mi blog

  8. Rachel says:

    thanks viviana!

  9. Rachel says:

    thanks Jen 🙂

  10. Rachel says:

    Hi Amanda! thanks for dropping by 🙂 it is a canon 1100D (I think) – just the basic entry level (cheapest!) canon dslr. the lens is 50mm f/1.8

  11. Rachel says:

    I hope they appreciate it later :p

  12. Rachel says:

    Thanks des, loved your pictures 🙂

  13. Rachel says:

    Backup, what’s that? :p

  14. Rachel says:

    Thanks Bridie!