As a child, my mum always got our holiday photos developed. They usually ended up in a photo album, or made their way to the 'to be sorted' basket. But even now, we still pull them out every now and then to reminisce of the good ol' times. Nowadays, everything is digital, and photos are… Continue reading Review | Saal Digital Photo Book
Prague is a beautiful city, and after spending four days there I got just a taste of everything on offer. With so much history, stunning architecture and amazing Christmas markets - yes, it's coming up to that time again! - it is a great city to explore! Here are some of my favourite snaps from my… Continue reading Prague, Czech Republic
Taking a whopping 632 years to finish building, it's easy to see why this iconic cathedral welcomes over 20,000 visitors a year. Finally finished in 1880, Kölner Dom has since survived World War II despite the rest of the city being largely flattened, and been added to UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994. It now… Continue reading Cologne Cathedral, Germany
I had an amazing time exploring Copenhagen, and here are just a few of the many photos I managed to take of such a pretty city! You can find out what I got up to in Copenhagen here.
Arriving in London early last week meant I had some time to kill before my lunch plans. Luckily, there is so much to do in London that I wasn't left pondering my options for long. Initially, the plan was to take my new camera for a test run near St Paul's, however on the way there… Continue reading Photo Friday: Circular Church
I have the worst memory, and one of the bonuses of taking a billion pictures when I go away is that I get to look through them later and remember the little things that happen. My trip to Barcelona was 3 years ago (where has the time gone?!), and as I was going through the… Continue reading Photo Friday: Birds in a Line
Notre Dame is a stunning cathedral in the centre of Paris. One of my favourite things to do in churches is look up, and I was definitely not disappointed in Notre Dame! If you look to the right of the above photo, you can see that in the cross section of the arch is a… Continue reading Photo Friday: Notre Dame Ceiling
Luton Hoo is a country estate, home to a luxury hotel, restaurant, golf course and spa. Sitting between Luton, Bedfordshire and Harpenden, Hertfordshire, it has a history of over 300 years. But most importantly, I got to enjoy lunch there today, meaning I got to take some snaps of the amazing grand house (now the… Continue reading Photo Friday: Stately Home
A well-known landmark in London, Admiralty Arch connects the Mall with Trafalgar Square. If you've ever walked from Buckingham Palace down the famous red road known as The Mall, you would have passed under Admiralty Arch to continue on to Charing Cross and Trafalgar Square. It's a stunning building which curves round, with a few… Continue reading Photo Friday: Admiralty Arch
Sometimes the nicest thing about being away from home is coming back to it. And luckily, I've had these beautiful flowers to brighten up my lovely little home this week! Have a nice weekend!