We seem to love going for walks now the weather is turning chilly. Especially to the local RSPB reserve. It’s so easy to snuggle under a soft blanket and make the house hygge and binge on a box set, so going out for a couple of hours and taking some photos is great! I know… Continue reading Sunday stroll..
I’m loving wrapping up under layers, Dr Martens back out from storage, candles being lit in the evenings and the slow cooker in full use! I have been putting in the effort with understanding my camera in manual settings recently & it’s been paying off. It’s honestly so obvious, but so true, the more… Continue reading Autumn snaps..
Yesterday, myself and my friend went to the NRSA Supernationals. This hot rod show is a yearly tradition for us. As always, it was full of stalls selling retro, rockabilly home stuff, clothes and obviously car bits and bobs. There’s a fun fair and there’s of course, hundreds and hundreds of these beautiful cars to… Continue reading Those lines though..
I’m so excited about this blog post! We went to the Warner Brothers studio tour when the costumes were on display. I felt like this should always be the case as it made it seem as though the character was on the set! It made it that much more real. I’m not going to spoil the… Continue reading We caught the Hogwarts express..
It was jam packed weekend again. Saturday, myself & my dad were at Hyde Park for a day of music with Green Day & support acts. A beautiful day with my best friend. (I will forever be a daddy’s girl) Sunday, myself and my boyfriend (both of us full of cold) went to Shuttleworth for… Continue reading A little piece of heaven..
..continued from A night in Warwick – part 1! Before we left home we looked at booking the tickets for the Castle online. If you book 5 or more days in advance you get a discount. BUT, if you are a Tesco’s club card holder, you can buy entry tickets with your points. Two adult day… Continue reading A night in Warwick – part 2
My dad has always been into photography, so he took me to a beautiful village in Bedfordshire called Ashwell to give me a few tips with my camera. I am a shy human, I like to be at the back of the room and not noticed. So to get my camera out in public was initially… Continue reading Click click..