A while back, I visited the Mayfield Lavender fields in Banstead. It was a boiling hot day, and most of the lavender was slowly going out of season. However, I still managed to get lots of photos of how pretty the flowers were. It was interesting to see how many people flocked to the fields- … More Mayfield Lavender Fields
A photo I took a little white back of my lovely dog Lara running to the camera 🙂 She’s quite a hard subject to catch as she’s interested in every little thing that goes past her, so it took a while to entertain her enough to get this shot!
Oops! Just a quick message to say hi – I haven’t posted on the blog in quite a while which is very bad of me! I’m sorry for not posting but I do have a few things that are ready to post soon! Including some advertising shots I took during an internship, a gigantic art … More Blog is Back!
Yesterday, I went to Hyper Japan, a Japanese festival held in the O2. I had the best time and managed to get a few photos – however, seemed to forget I had a camera as I was having too much fun looking around and admiring the effort people had put into their costumes. I would … More Hyper Japan
Wow… I can’t really believe that this blog is a year old – I had the notification as I signed in this morning! It’s surprising because I don’t really realise how much time has passed since I opened this blog, but I have enjoyed every moment of it and I thank you for following me. … More A Year Old & Old Portraits
As I type this, I’m thinking back to the fun I’ve had this past term shooting all the lovely National Trust sites that England has to offer. I’ve done so much in such a short time, and it feels as though my camera has never been so busy. I’ve never been the most confident photographer, … More Thinking Back…
Although my last posts have talked about how much I’ve enjoyed exploring England’s preserved spaces, I’ve found myself missing New York City quite a bit. It’s coming up to a year since my far too short holiday to the Big Apple, and I always seem to be counting down the days until I can go … More Missing NYC