I got my film back from my trip to Italy. I was going to do a photoset but I couldn’t decide on 10 so I just moshed everything in a gif.
Lucy, 4 months. Also known as, “Lucifer.”
I haven’t taken any pictures of her since she was 8 weeks old, a lot has changed in between that time. She’s gained long hair and a curly tail. Not to mention her need to tear everything up including shoe laces and, well, anything that resides on the floor. She’s spoiled by the other dogs so she pretty much thinks she can get away with murder. Which, to be honest, she probably could. She’s so bad. But incredibly adorable.
Tonight I went out with my flatemate and a bunch of his mates. I really enjoyed myself, we stopped at Byron and I had probably the most amazing cheeseburger and oreo milkshake. We stopped by the pub and on our way home we walked around Piccadilly Circus. I love taking pictures around the crowded streets, I don’t know, I like the character it puts in my pictures. Just real life. Real life scenarios. Because when I look back on all the photographs I’ve taken I want to remember what it felt like being there. These do it for me.
The River Thames, London England.
I’m lucky enough to have been living riverside to the Thames. It’s an absolutely beautiful walk going all the way down to the London Eye and to Big Ben. If you walk further you’ll be down by the famous Tower Bridge. It takes about an hour from where i’m at to get down to the bridge walking wise. But it’s a great walk. Especially if you’re going by yourself and enjoy people watching. You can take a break and sit along the benches that look across the other side of the river which architecture wise, is gorgeous. There’s little cafe and eatery shops in between in case you get hungry or need a jolt of tea in your system. Everything you could possibly need is right there on the sidewalk going all the way down. I’ll miss this the most. Just walking along the riverside.
Trafalger Square Christmas Tree. London, England.