During a recent interiors shoot with Hickory Homes designer Christine DenOuden, I decided I needed to return to the property for some nights. And I am so glad I did! Being a photographer from South Eastern Ontario, winter can be a less than inspiring season. But when beautiful architectural design meets the natural beauty of a quintessential winter scene, I couldn't deny my responsibility to capture this image.
Just a few moments drive from Picton this family farm is nestled on a truly majestic property, home to the family for generations, the rolling hills and endless sky gave me a mere glimpse into the adventurous world of the Mowbray boys and their dog Oscar.
Enid Grace Cafe is a bustling eatery located in the heart of Wellington, Prince Edward County. Enid Grace, though a native to PEC, has spent much of her time across the pond. Enid continues to be inspired by the rural cafes which she visits when travelling Europe's country side. Specializing in pastries and baked goods, her menu offers breakfast, lunch and items "to go" and a robust selection of coffee, teas and Italian sodas.
Spring time in Prince Edward County is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. This classic couple had their first look at nearby Macaulay Heritage Park, in Picton. Their simple yet elegant wedding ceremony and reception were held in heritage designated Crystal Palace c. 1887 to follow.
How lucky are we to have such inspiring locations as Wellington Beach right in our own back yard! See pics of actual sisters Flora & Lilah as "Summer Sisters" heading back to the beach.