Hello! This is a weekly feature where I share my photos with you. I carry my camera everywhere, and I constantly take pictures of things that excite me. Prepare to see lots of colours and patterns through my lens.
I spent the first two weeks of May in Cyprus, and I had a pretty rosy time: We visited the mountain village of Agros, which is famous for it’s fragrant Damask rose plantations. I’d always wanted to go but somehow always missed rose blooming season. We visited the rose water distillery, where there were huge piles of pink roses with a smell sweet enough to knock you out! I came home with a bottle of rose liqueur and a bellyful of rose sorbet (my childhood favourite). Below are a few of the most colourful photos from my trip.
Above: Jacaranda petals and geometric markings. So much colour!
Bare toes and bougainvillea petals. Oh man, I miss the Mediterranean summer.
The next few photos are from the local fruit market, selling fresh fruit, veg, cured meats and flowers.
Below: A few quick snaps from a wedding I attended. I couldn’t resist those colourful legs!
Have you ever visited Cyprus? It’s a very small but very beautiful island, and on grey London days I dream of its pristine beaches and blue skies. I love it there.