I’ve always loved September — it’s always felt a bit like January. Starting a new school term, going off to uni, moving to a different country… It’s a chance for renewal and fresh starts, a time to let go of what has been dragging you down and to set new goals for the remaining few months of the year. Read More
The snow made a sudden comeback in the Midlands just after my parents arrived, so we couldn’t resist going on a little stroll with them around the Burton Dassett hills. The view definitely made up for our frozen fingers and toes, and it was the perfect opportunity to give my new lens* a proper try. I can’t wait to start shooting gigs with it this year, but for now I’m quite happy taking it out on chilly walks!
Husband-of-mine was busy working in the studio today so I’ve enjoyed a slow, quiet day at home reading, backing up photos, listening to JP Cooper’s album and repotting all the succulents that were used as centre pieces on our wedding day.
Last week I paid a little visit to my friend Charlotte who recently moved to Canterbury for her PhD. I’d never been to Kent before and we had a great time wandering around the town together. From crooked bookshops to beautiful parks with fairy trees, Canterbury is definitely one of the loveliest places I’ve seen in the UK so far!