Like everything in my life at the moment (in that it all seems a little bit upside down and back to front right now) – I am starting with our last port of call during our Italia trip – to beautiful Bergamo (school started back again Wednesday, and I finally have time to plough through […]
Bergamo’s grand duomo is so intricate and beautiful it obviously takes a lot of cleaning. This spot of holy hoovering really made me laugh in a setting so typically silent… The end of the Easter hols is in sight, I might get some time to write again very soon!!
Not the best quality shot, but a hastily taken one as the guy happened to walk past and look up at the kissing couple on the Art Gallery poster. Made me wonder if it had reminded him of his anniversary or something… Lots of Milan coming up!
Hope you all have a really lovely Easter weekend! Taking a little break this week whilst the kids and I explore Milan. Back very soon. x
In England they say you are never more than 70 miles from the sea – which, if we are speaking in driving terms, means that you are technically never more than an hour from it wherever you are in the country (give or take a traffic jam or two, some incredibly thin and winding English […]
Inspecting The Scallop at Aldeburgh (a tribute to local Benjamin Britten, by Maggi Hambling) this afternoon. There’s something so lovely about spending time on the beach on a sunny Spring afternoon…
A post featured on my IG feed this week. I loved how the reflection of Kings College surrounded the girl deep in thought…
Cambridge isn’t exactly known for its hills, something I have found quite strange at times having lived for a long time in a country that has more than its fair share of gradients. It’s not like I haven’t lived anywhere equally pancake flat before however – Denmark in general, I am looking at you… Whilst […]
Happy Mother’s Day. May you be treated royally throughout the day! Thinking of those for whom it’s not such a happy day too. x
I am taking you on a little London photo walk, starting off at the Tate Modern. This intimidating behemoth of a building started off life as a power station before joining the Tate Family, rising out of its once dilapidated state into something truly glorious – a little like Battersea Power Station is doing today. […]