THE JOURNEY 2020 – June 3-7 in France
I’m so incredibly excited to announce this year’s The Journey Workshop, with me, Sissel, Christian, Elle-May and Olivia.
We will stay in the country side of the Loire Valley in France, in the most beautiful artist home and painting studio with sooo many fantastic opportunites for photography, painting, creating cinemagraphs or short films, branding, or perhaps you’d like to cook or bake something special? This is what The Journey is about, you work on your dream project and we are there to guide and assist you with whatever you need.
We had an incredible experience last year, and were lucky enough to have Elle-May and Christian come for a day as guest teachers but now they are back as hosts! Tickets are released to our mailing list on February 19 and the website on February 20, so make sure to sign up to our mailing list now! If you’d like more information, you can find it here!
Ahh, where do I even begin? It has taken me ages to get this post up for some reason. I don’t even have words for how amazing this experience was! Just incredible and so inspiring. Sissel was kind enough to invite us all into her home in the Loire Valley in France, and it is just the epitome of France – for me, that is, haha. A beautiful old, stone building with so much charm and many quirks. I love that.
I think you all know by now that I’m a woman of few words, so I will let the photos speak for themselves. Hopefully I’ll see you in France instead, and we can experience it together!
Très belles photo!
Merci, Thea! 🙂
Such beautiful photography, you really captured your experience and thank you for sharing . Life is so scary at the moment here in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and we are forced to stay inside. So thank you Linda for showing such beauty when there is so much sadness in the world.,
Hi Therese! Thank you so much for your lovely comment. It makes me happy that you enjoyed my post 🙂 Hope all goes back to normal soon! Stay safe x
Patricia Simon says
Hello , just love your photography and recipes. Question , how can I get that bundt pan you used to make the double chocolate salted bundt cake? Just stunning!
Thank you so much.
Hi Patricia, so sorry for my late response! The pan is from Nordic Ware and is called ‘crown bundt pan’!
I originally found you on Pinterest for your blueberry cardamom muffins (now my go to recipe) and since then keep coming back for more! I made this and the texture is DIVINE! I do have a question when I flipped my cake it wasn’t that same beautiful dark chocolate color yours it was almost as I over greased and added too much flour. how do I avoid that?
Hi Laura! This makes me so happy to hear, thank you!! You can dust the pan with cocoa powder too, that will probably help with the color! Was the inside of the cake the same color? If not, it might have to do with the cocoa powder as I’m using Dutch Process that is a bit darker!