Another visit to the lavender fields

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28 Responses

  1. Jamie S-J says:

    You’ve inspired me to make this a tradition for us too!

  2. I can’t wait to go to our local fields but I’ve already noticed my mums lavender has about a million bees so I know the trip may end in disaster 😂. LOVE those wild flowers – aren’t they gorgeous!! Lovely photos Karen, I especially love the one of you and the girls laughing x

  3. I genuinely didn’t know that England had such gorgeous lavender fields – this is something I have always associated with Provence, France (we have often talked of visiting yet never made it…). Gorgeous photos; hope she learns to stop worrying about the bees! 😉 #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Yes – that is what I have always thought until recently. But there is something very English Country Garden about lavender isn’t there?

  4. Such gorgeous colours – I can imagine it’s bed heaven! Somewhere I keep meaning to go with my daughter too. #countrykids

  5. Sara says:

    Gorgeous photos! I just love visiting this place.

  6. I just knew this post was going to be loaded with the most marvelous photos. I’ve loved seeing them on Instagram this week. Interesting what you say about the bees and bugs, I’ve always wondered how kids manage to run through these fields seemingly untroubled by buzzing and biting things, clearly they don’t! That said for as long as you can turn a blind eye to the bees the photos are stunning. The girls have grown so much since I saw them in spring and I adore that photo of you holding them both. Well done Rich on some fabulous photography.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Thank you! I love bees and was more than happy to get close to them but I am definitely in the minority!

  7. I love the small of lavender but have never been to lavender fields. After seeing these amazing photos, I’ve added it to my to do list! #CountryKids

  8. Your photos are all lovely. I’ve never been to a lavender farm, but I’m hoping to be able to visit one over the summer holidays. Must search for the nearest one near us 🙂 #countrykids

  9. Megan Morgan says:

    I love our local lavender fields, such a summer tradition now! Stunning photos, lovely xxx #countrykidsMea

  10. Those wild flowers are beautiful. My favourites. My kids love lavender – they pick it and we make lavender cookies #countrykids

  11. Lavender and wild flowers are my favourite. I would love to visit this beautiful place. It must seem amazing walking through the fields. #countrykids

  12. PinkOddy says:

    As you already know I just love your photos from the lavender fields. It is so beautiful to see what a lovely family you have. I can’t believe I still have never been and agree that the other field with all the different colours is very pretty. #countrykids

  13. MrsS says:

    I am loving all the lavender pictures at the moment ! Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous! so many stunning and bright colours #countrykids

  14. Helena says:

    It looks and sounds like a beautiful area to visit. #CountryKids

  15. Oh that lavender field looks beautiful. Love the photo of you with your girls – they do look very cheeky but they look like they are having so much fun. I love bees but I suspect I might get nervous noticing lots of them too. The wildflowers are so pretty too. What a beautiful place for a day out 🙂 #countrykids

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