Wednesday, 26 July 2017


Open week at Lordington Farm is always a popular activity in July. Due to its success in previous years the event has experienced a few changes this time around. One thing, however, never changes, and that's the beautiful purple fields of lavender. My best friend and I decided that this year we would not be completely hungover when we visited, still opting for the final open day of the week to get those snaps, and snap we did...

It's easy to see why people flock to Lordington. Though it may be smaller than other lavender fields I've seen bobbing about on Instagram, it really packs a punch. You're almost overwhelmed with the scent as you make your way down the pathways, careful not the disturb the busy bees and butterflies as your fingers dance across the tips of the blooms. It's so relaxing, despite all the children and doggos running about!

An afternoon well spent, we finished our day with pizza and cocktails in Chichester. Lovely Sunday!


  1. I love the smell of lavender! These fields really do look amazing x

    Everything But The Kitchen

  2. So stunning! Loving the photography!

    Anika xo |

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  4. This lavender field is endless source of photos indeed. My sister has visited that place once. She brought back something around of four hundred photos. Two hundred of them were really great! With decent camera, you can do miracles there. When I see this field, I always think about Ray Bradbery’s Dandelion Wine. If you didn’t read it I strongly recommend to do it. Many useful things may also be founded here at, fee; free to check it.


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