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Agghhh, this week was challenging. I came down with flu at the weekend. I assumed it was just a bad cold and did not alter my plans last Saturday but then after returning from a nice Fashion exhibition at Somerset House I started shaking like a leaf and the fever started kicking in….Sunday was spent in bed and I was on paracetamol non stop to cope with the first half of my week. Anyway I am thankfully on the mend now!
One of the things that excite me most by living in such a cool and vibrant city as London is the amount of cultural opportunities around. As a keen photographer I am always on the look for inspiration from all sorts of arts Continue reading
I initially wrote this blog post for a fellow blogger’s blog but I thought time had come for me to post on my own blog the updated version.
I love exploring, it probably comes from my own parents who were great at exposing us to a variety of places and taking us on various trips in France and abroad. Since moving to England more than 10 years ago I have done my fair share of exploring. Now, as a mum of 3 I am delighted to share with you my favourite family friends spots in London.
Wether you are a mum/dad, an auntie/uncle or a grandparent, I can guaranty you will find a nice place to visit in this list. They have all been tested and approved by myself and I’m picky;)
This is going to be my last post of the year and very much a seasonal one! It’s all photography based as I am really enjoying my photography course and finally getting to grip with new techniques.
I am so delighted to share with you those snaps I took on Tuesday night. Whether you visited/lived in London or maybe haven’t come yet to visit to this vibrant city, I am hoping this will put stars in you eyes:)
I discovered a little while ago a fantastic initiative called ‘Bach to Baby’ 🎹
Some of you may already know but I am a massive music lover 🎶. This is my #1 passion and I am not saying that lightly as you all know how much I love photography too.However, I know that if I had to go to a remote island, the thing I would miss most would be music.
🇬🇧 Being a photography student, I’m always on the look out for fun, unique, colourful events in London to visit.
🇫🇷 Depuis que je suis devenue une étudiante en photographie je suis, peut être encore plus qu’avant, à la recherche d’événements colorés, sympas ou uniques qui feraient de bons sujets pour ma pratique de la photo sur Londres.
🇬🇧 It’s been chilly and then warmer and then chilly and then sunny and then rainy for the last few weeks in London, I’m really struggling to know what to wear each morning. The only way I get to deal with all those changes in temperature – me the ‘always feeling cold’ lady – is by having a large and soft scarf to wrap myself into.
Last weekend was the London Open House 2016 edition. This is a super exciting event in the capital where you get a chance to access buildings that are not generally opened to the public. The list of venues is incredible and somehow sometimes a bit overwhelming but worth spending a bit of time reviewing it.
How would you enjoy going back in time in a Dr Who’s sort of experience? Well, this is what happened to one of our local families in SW London!
There are certain exhibitions I love going year after year. I always trot to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition with my pal Julie which rarely disappoints. But I love portrait photography and the Taylor Wessing Portrait Exhibition always calls my attention. Looking at a face and feeling the emotions, the story behind the face can be truly inspirational at times.
This year, I was absolutely gobsmacked by one of the photos.
It’s fair to say that the UK gets a fair amount of rain and at times it can feel a bit depressing to have so much glum weather. However, I must admit that proper downpours transfix me – well, especially if I am in the confort of my home;)
Nature never not stops amazing me…