Fellow Bloggers, a gal’s dream came true. I made a wish list, so many posts ago and on it was a DSLR camera. Admittedly it was a Nikon D3300 but you know…. I got a little more creative. Anyhoo, Low … Continue reading →
“Thursday. The most useless day. it only exists as a reminder that it’s been a really long week…and it’s still not over.” What’s everyone’s take on Thursdays? Usually, I don’t personally mind Thursdays, because they remind me that tomorrow is … Continue reading →
My life is shaped by the urgent need to wander and observe, and my camera is my passport.
I made a wish list a few months back when I was intent on blogging and trying to keep up the appearance that I was a good blogger. But, you know what? I’m terrible at blogging. I can talk for hours. Most of the time, people want me to shut the hell up. I am good with words, I am exceptionally good at giving advice. Yet, when it comes to blogging, I feel I have nothing to say and that strikes me. At first I tried to force myself to write about things I thought people would find interesting. I would write a few posts a week and think that was it. I was good at blogging. I would then not blog anything for months and when I’d come crawling back, it would be because I’d have some crazy life altering news to share – which of course, is great for me because yay my life is moving forward. Or there would be days when I would blog about my unhappy moments, or if I was feeling particularly glum. Again, great for me, and to some extent, maybe for others who wanted to find someone else who relates to the same emotions you’re feeling. But again, it’s not great for readers.
I have come to the conclusion that, although I like words and I like to talk, a written blog is not necessarily my way of connecting with the world. In fact, as of late especially, my way of connecting is through my iPhone camera.
Instagram is a social media platform that I, like many amateur photographers, am addicted to. I love it. I joined Instagram when I got my first android phone – it was a Samsung and I felt so special because Google … Continue reading →
Given that there is only 2 minutes of Wednesday left here in the UK, I have unfortunately missed out on my Wednesday blog post – but that’s okay because I was unsure what Wednesday’s post was going to be about. … Continue reading →
Tucked away on a busy road just up North Hill, Drake’s Place is a unique little reservoir, a hub for activities and events on certain days, and peace and quiet on others. It has been beautifully restored to it’s former … Continue reading →
There is nothing like being a bit of a tourist in your own capital! 🇬🇧 I’ve been travelling to and from Greater London for the best part of a year now, with central London right on my doorstep. I never … Continue reading →