Posted on: Sunday, 22 March 2015
I find it almost impossible to believe that I've nearly been living in London for six whole months. I honestly don't know where the time has gone, and it's terrifying that I may only be here for another six months (until my 12 month internship is up). Yesterday I finally did something I had been meaning to do since I moved, which was creating an Instagram account dedicate purely to photos that I've snapped on my London travels. I'm a bit of a photography enthusiast (then again who isn't these days), but if you would like to follow my account then you can do here: @bekkacollinsphoto.
As for the rest of this blogpost, I figured I'd just have a general catch up about what has happened since my last post.
Posted on: Sunday, 22 February 2015
Yesterday I decided that it would be a good idea to go to Camden. So I met up with a friend from work and we roamed around the streets and the markets, and soaked up the general tourist vibe that always surrounds Camden. Though technically we're both tourists, so I guess we just added to it.
Posted on: Sunday, 15 February 2015
After the fun-filled month that was January, I have been in a bit of a funk this February. It's started out pretty slowly, and then I got hit with a horrendous cold and had to take some time off work. Thankfully things picked up a little bit this weekend. I spent Valentine's Day with two of the girls from work, firstly at the Britain's Got Talent auditions, then at Nandos, then drinking wine out of mugs. It was way better than the alternative which would have been me drinking wine alone in bed and watching Netflix.
Posted on: Sunday, 1 February 2015
I don't know what it is about lines and lights, but I just love photographing them. These photos were taken back when I wrote this post, and even though they are some of the simplest photos I've taken I really like them. Beauty can be found within every day situations that we often always overlook, and snapping these photos reminded me just how important it is to actually appreciate your surroundings even if they may not seem that great on the surface.