Hello 🙂 Today’s post is a quick one from the archives, shot at the National Museum by the amazing Joe Mwangi. Be sure to check out more of his work here 😊

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I think by now we all know that I shoot my own blog posts, right? Working with photographers has been a little too stressful for me in the past, so I chose to hone my own skills instead and just get it all done on my own terms. This post was the exception though, and I can honestly say that I’m really happy with the result.Processed with VSCOcam

I wore a button down shirt with non-booty shorts because it was a very chill day. A few of us met up at the Museum because I’d never shot there, and we just wandered around the garden trying to get some interesting pictures. These were some of the results.

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I loove how wistful these pictures turned out, makes me feel like it was all a fairytale and Joe did an amazing job – I would definitely recommend shooting with him. In other news, guess who has a new vlog up? 😉😉 It’s my Nigeria travel vlog finally uploaded! I shot a lot less content than I planned, so its more of an overview of the ten days I spent there, but be sure to drop by the youtube channel and let me know what you think! Also, subscribe!! And thanks for dropping by 😊😊


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  1. Hey hon, I know what you mean with the headache od sourcing photographers, I was like that for a while, since late last yr, things turned around as I started working with a good photographer friend of mine but I need to find another backup photographer….bloggers make it look easy right? Like when they say their friends, husbands or boyfriends take their pics…the photos taken for this post look lovely. Will check out your vlog now. Have a good Sunday ( :

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