In October, some friends and I had a little unofficial photographer's retreat. As in, we left our husbands behind and took our kids along and all ended up in a rambling old Airbnb home overlooking Shawnigan Lake in Victoria. It was full of furniture that looked like it belonged elsewhere but had somehow ended up here, and creaky hardwood floors, and little handwritten notes from the owner on everything, nicely requesting that we touch nothing at all. (We're still not quite sure why we couldn't hang our coats on what was clearly a coat-rack.) But huge windows overlooked the lake and the fog, and occasional pieces of sunshine found their way inside, and we had fun. For a few days, we barely slept (because the kids were up most of the night), drank copious amounts of coffee, and took SO MANY PHOTOS.
P.S. You can find Jamie's work here, and Katrina's work here. Such lovely talented photographers :)