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Wearing: Alice McCall Lucy in the Sky playsuit | ASOS straw hat

Right before I left for Namibia Tom and I went for a little road trip, adventuring to seek out the never-ending canola fields that bloom at the start of spring each year. The weather was not on our side – the sky was dark and gloomy, threatening to poor down at any minute but we were keen to find them nevertheless. Flower fields are one of my favourite places to explore as the endless expanse of colour looks like something that came out of a fairytale book / France. These¬†canola fields were no exception and the moment we pulled over at this one, we had smiles as big as our faces. A little twirl in something Alice just couldn’t be helped :)

Photography: Tom Debono / Canon EOS 7D Mark II