Category Photography

TRAVEL DIARIES: CANADA ROADTRIP – JASPER

Jasper, Jasper, where to begin? I think I had a million photos of this beautiful national park (mainly of Maligne Lake tbh), and I wish I could share each and every one of them with you all. Unfortunately, there’s only so many pictures of lake, mountains, snow and sky you can take, so I’ve limited […]

Travel Diaries: Canada Roadtrip – Vancouver to Jasper

In case you missed it, I’m sharing my adventures around the Rockies of Canada – you can find the first instalment about Vancouver here. Picking up our car in busy downtown Vancouver and then having to immediately drive on a different side of the road wasn’t stressful at all (I’m lying). After a few narrow […]

Travel Diaries: Canada Roadtrip – Vancouver

I’ve just returned from my roadtrip around the west and Rockies of Canada with my boyfriend, and I’m already so excited to share my adventures and photos here on my blog. Hint: if you are ever considering visiting this area of Canada – do it. I don’t care if you have to sell your firstborn […]

A Weekend in Bath

At the beginning of December my boyfriend and I escaped London for a much-needed weekend away in the beautiful city of Bath. I had wanted to visit Bath for so long and I was certainly not disappointed in my dreams of Regency glamour and visions of Austen at every corner. The golden stone of the […]

Winter Wanderland

Excuse the terrible titular pun, but I needed to find a way to express my ardour for the weather we’ve been having here in the UK for the last couple of days. Frosty and frozen and foggy and all sorts of delightful light have been taking place, and I’ve been making the most of the […]

Postcards from the Countryside

I’m fortunate enough to live in a relatively rural area, which I love, and to be honest I’ve been appreciating it a lot more since I’ve started commuting into London everyday. These photos are from a sunset country walk around my hometown the other day, and then from a wonderful weekend trip to visit a friend […]

Travels 2016: Wellington

Wellington was our last stop on New Zealand’s North Island, and asides from being a very small capital with only just more than 200,000 residents, we found it to be a very cool, relaxed and fun city. In our two days we did a walking tour of the city, took the cable car from Lambton […]