Nanna & Kim. They got married surrounded by smiley faces. Without shadow of a doubt it was one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever photographed. Beautiful & Classy. More photographs soon!
Nanna & Kim. Eles casaram-se rodeados de caras sorridentes. Sem sombra de dúvida que foi um dos casamentos mais bonitos que eu já fotografei. Bonito & Elegante. Mais fotografias em breve!
Photography by Marta Guimarães. Design by Pedro Ferreira.
It is a privilege to photograph with my father.
É um privilégio fotografar com o meu pai.
Love is (also) our mother.
O Amor é (também) a nossa mãe.
The future is here. In details.
O futuro está aqui. Em detalhes.
Isn't she lovely?
Ela não é linda?
15th of August, 2015. Wedding day. Catarina & Nuno were surrounded by hundreds of people. Do you know why? Because they are adorable. More photographs soon!
15 de Agosto de 2015. Dia de casamento. Catarina e Nuno estiveram rodeados por centenas de pessoas. Sabem porquê? Porque eles são adoráveis. Mais fotografias em breve!
1 cup of red beries
1/3 cup of lemon juice
1 pinch of ground vanilla
1 tbsp of coconut flakes
1 tbsp of chia seeds
1 tbsp of flaxseeds
1 cup of oat milk
Mash the red berries and banana in a bowl using a fork. Add lemon juice, vanilla, coconut flakes, chia and flaxseeds and combine. Pour over the milk and mix. Set aside to soak for minimum 30 minutes in the fridge.
1/2 of a cup of bilberries
1 cup of fresh kale leaves, but remember to remove the thick stems
1/4 of a cup of buckwheat drink
1 tablespoon of flax seeds
1 tablespoon of chia seeds
1 teaspoon of carob
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
Place all the ingredients in a blender and enjoy this refreshing drink!
I have been doing my best to eat as much raw food as possible and it really inspires me when I know that doing so makes me feel lighter and full of energy. Today I started the day with a new smoothie recipe. Or should I call it pudding or porridge recipe? Calling it a smoothie makes sense because I used banana, berries and almond milk. Pudding also makes sense because that's what chia and flax seeds turn into when soaked. Calling it porridge also sort of makes sense because I used soaked raw buckwheat. Anyway, I know that it may sound a little bit peculiar to blend all these ingredients and top them with cinnamon powder, coconut flakes and some berries, but it really works. At the end I just thought: "What a wonderful, creamy and sweet moment!".
Sweet. Tender. Sad. Funny. A film filled with frames that look like classic album covers and where relationships are tense and restless. Simply distinctive!
I am cooking for two and I am trying to come up with a super tasty, healthy and simple dish using organic farmed chicken. I eat mostly vegetarian food, but I also delightedly eat fish and sometimes organic farmed chicken, turkey or, less often, organic grass-fed beef. Anyway, what's important now are the ingredients that I am using for this dish: 4 sweet potatoes and two organic chicken legs seasoned with himalayan mountain salt, black pepper, garlic, laurel, paprika and lime zest. All the ingredients are in a roasting tray and were drizzled with olive oil. The oven is already on and marks the temperature of 150 degrees Celsius. In more or less two hours dinner is ready. Slow cooking rules! Meanwhile, I must confess that I am in the mood to prepare a soup. Oooh, how I miss soup! So, I have organic coconut oil. First cold pressed. 100% natural from fresh coconut pulp. Wow! And I also have onion, garlic, fresh turmeric root, carrots, tomatoes, himalayan mountain salt, black pepper and...water. And now I am wondering...if I add coconut cream to this soup, my better half will feel extra joy. Well, I don't have coconut cream...but I will get it! After and with all the ingredients plus our blue cast iron pot, I can create a warm and smooth soup! Have a lovely evening, M.
Ps. No natural light, no photos!
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Ps. Yeah, sometimes Pedro likes to go between me and my first look. xoxo P.