A blogger from the north east of England, passionate about writing and eager to learn the art of photography. In September I moved back to the UK after two amazing years travelling Australia.

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After a brief trip back to see family up north, I have now moved to London. I am planning to stay a few years, explore as much as I can and have plenty of experiences along the way. I ask you to help me. I am very excited to get out there, take some shots and share some stories with you.

I appreciate everyone that has engaged with me so far in the years I have been blogging, and welcome to the site if you are new. Join me and over 10,000 others as I walk the hidden streets, grab a beer at the oldest pubs and see the city from the tallest skyscrapers.

Adventures start January 2020*

 

*well, whenever normality is restored.

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Featured photo: Scott Monument, Edinburgh

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    1. Nice to meet you! Thank you for stopping by my blog, I really appreciate it. I will take a look at yours.

      I loved the game, however it must have been amazing to be there with 110,000 other people! What an atmosphere. Hopefully I will get another chance to see a game before I leave.

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