amsterdam

-Our lovely little trip to Amsterdam summed up in photos-   Exploring the streets of Amsterdam: Food hallen (such good food, oh my): Ferry trip to NDSM, an industrial shipyard redecorated by artists: MORE FOOOOD: We stumbled across a live jazz band whilst eating. Which was amazing: Went for drinks at the ice bar. -9 … More amsterdam

great granny

On the 7th of September, I had to say goodbye to a truly wonderful lady. Gillian, or as I knew her, Great Granny. She passed away on the 19th of August 2018 at the amazing age of 97. Although I am utterly heartbroken, I have to keep reminding myself of how very privileged I feel … More great granny

autumn adventures

I think it’s finally Autumn – the best season in my opinion. Being a photography enthusiast Autumn has always been my favourite season. The lovely colourful trees, the fresh crisp air and, obviously, golden hour. Come on, golden hour. Last Sunday, my Sister, Grandma, and I visited Westonbirt Arboretum to see the trees changing colour. … More autumn adventures

Summer of ’18

Well, weekly blogs have been a thing of the past. But, I’m back. For now anyway. I haven’t posted since JUNE (don’t worry, I’m as disappointed in myself as you are, I assure you). So, I thought I’d fill you in on my life in my favourite way – lots and lots of photos! And … More Summer of ’18

Films This April

Ready Player One Ready Player One is one of the very few books I have read (and really enjoyed). It follows the character of Wade Watts on his quest to find Halliday’s Easter egg hidden in the virtual reality world, Oasis. The book was captivating from beginning to end and I read it in about … More Films This April

March Movies

Out of all the films I watched this month, these were my favourites. The Shape of Water As I mentioned last month, I was so excited to watch this film. And let me tell you, it certainly didn’t disappoint. This film was a work of art, every scene was absolutely stunning (which I expected from … More March Movies