It would seem alot of people come here to get married, but that shouldn't put you off visiting this beautiful island! Santorini is everything you'd expect it to be and more. A stunningly gorgeous and romantic island location that should be on everyone's "top ten places to see" list. For those like myself that aren't necessarily sun-worshippers, I would recommend a late spring/early summer visit, so you can still take advantage of the fresh food and glorious weather!
I'm not the most consistent blogger in the world, in fact I'm not much of a blogger at all. (Must try harder in 2016!) I visited Washington and New York last November and have only just manged to organise the photos I took whilst I was there. New York is such a wonderfully inspiring city, it never fails to excite me. There is just never enough time to do everything you plan, often due to unexpected but welcomed events that happen along the way! From the advertising on the side of large buildings to the typical fire escapes and neon signs, everything just oozes cool and larger than life to me. I'd love to live here some day.
In June this year, I took my first trip to Liverpool and was pleasantly surprised at the amount of architecturally enchanting buildings there were to explore. One such building was the multiple award-winning William Brown Library and Museum – a Grade II listed building – situated on the historic William Brown Street, and I would urge anyone to take a peek whilst visiting this great city.
I attended this course at the General Assembly in Hanbury Street last week. Alot of it is common sense, but we did discover a few interesting tips that can be applied to our Shop sites at RD and SImplyHE.
On monday I had the privilege to meet the lovely J. Carmen Smith who won the Reader's Digest '100 Words Story' Competition - adult category this year. After 2 hours on a very wobbly fast train to Wigan I met up with photographer Chris George and we set up the shoot in her living room.
Coffee from a cab! Novel idea in Brick Lane.
Tiny pieces of art on the Millenium Bridge by Ben Wilson, an artist who uses chewing gum as his canvas.