NEW BLOG POST 📷 the full breakdown of all the camera gear we use for our photos, now on the blog! It includes the camera + lens we use, how we take photos together, and our favorite gear for travel. If you’re looking for gift ideas, it’s the perfect list for the travel photographer you know!
Jacob is responding to all Q’s on the blog post so ask away (I linked it in our profile) 👉🏼
NOUVEL ARTICLE SUR LE BLOG
Je ne sais pas si vous avez vu, mais j’ai sorti un nouvel article sur le blog sur « Que faire à Glasgow et Edimbourg en 2 jours ? » 🙈
Plein de photos à l’appui, des bonnes adresses food sur place, des conseils et des coins à voir (par beau temps ou pas d’ailleurs 😂🤷🏼♀️)
J’espère que ça vous plaira !
Et sinon, vous partez cet hiver ? 🙈
If you're thinking London is too cold and rainy for you, just find your cozy place there! 🇬🇧 With its endless coffee places, shops, museums and historical sites, the place is a perfect fit for anyone. 💁♀️
Not convinced yet? Read our 4 fun to-do tips:
👁 Stroll down the Camden Town and have fun while ''people watching'' - no joke, there's just so much going on in Camden town!
⚡️ Go on a Harry Potter walking tour and get to know the muggle world of London from a wizard perspective
🤣 Laugh your head off at ''Instant Laughs'', a comedy show featuring comedians across London
👻 Hop on a ghost bus and let two spooky guides share some odd and scary facts and background stories of London!
#visitlondon#londonlifestyle#traveluk#wetravel#gogreen#flixbus 📸 @bels_trails
'get a life'
I've been hearing and ignoring this sentence since the day I got my senses. The point isnt what's life, the point is what gives you life? Is it playing sports? Randomly reading novels? Netflix and chill? Videogames? Then go for it. That's what gives you life. That's what's gonna make you happy and create a positive environment and energy around you.
At the same time don't tell someone to 'get a damn life' if he/she, is only into sports, into studies, tells about online friends, their favorite artists. If they love novels and suggest you to. Your simple reply of 'get a life' can land them into something they hate and eventually into hating their lives. Nobody is a director of anybody's life, nobody can tell them where to stand, how to say dialogues, and what to do. Somebody else's life isn't your film, drama or theatre play. .
This is British museum London. With some of the most famous paintings, artifacts, antique items, Rosetta stone, Egyptian mummies, and great hall which is the largest covered square in Europe, it's an amazing place to spend a day. You'll need 5-6 hours if you're a history lover and normally 2-4 hours. You can even touch some of the oldest objects under the supervision of staff. I personally loved the Egyptian section the most because of coffins of oldest pharaohs, mummies and their mind boggling artifacts.
Un peu de Noël par ici avec la jolie calèche à fleurs 💐 photographiée il a trois semaines lors de notre voyage à Londres 🎄
Ce week-end j’étais chez mes parents pour préparer la maison pour les fêtes à venir. Et de votre côté, tout est prêt ?
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Our first Glühwein of the season. So excited to see the Christmas Markets in Europe in the upcoming weeks. 🎄
Shades of autumn 🍂
Do you ever feel like you are living from the excitement of what’s to come. That holiday, dinner out, the end of the day, or the weekend etc. and suddenly the days pass you by and you have missed so much. Those delicate laughs with friends, that delicious home cooked meal, laying next to someone special, holding hands with a child, standing on a beach etc. all those moments you missed because you are living for the hope of the future. Right now is where you should be. Right now is perfect. Everything you need is here. You are breathing. The sky is changing. There is happiness all around. Don’t take this moment for granted. Soon it will be gone and you will wonder how it’s already December. Be present and live in the now ☺️✨🌙
There is honestly nothing I would like more right now than to be back on the road trip through Cornwall that Will & I took in September. Road trips in general are my jam because I love when people are forced to spend time with me due to the spacial restrictions of a vehicle, plus driving through scenic areas is generally a great time, but this one was next level.
On our second day there was a heavy fog spreading across the ocean and enveloping the country roads, and as a lover of all precipitation I was in my element. Add some rain, a wander or two around picturesque seaside towns, a well timed drive-thru Starbucks and a bit of BBC Classic FM rotating through The Planets by Holst and the Lord of the Rings score and ya got a perfect day. This has actually just reminded me that I need to finish writing my (very late) Cornwall blog posts, so that’s my afternoon sorted. But I would much rather be writing them in a hotel room overlooking an oceanside cliff. 🦅
Blenheim Palace, England 🏴 Repost: @blenheimpalace 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄 I have been meaning to post these set of pictures for a week now.
Christmas at Blenheim Palace looks so beautiful. They have adopted a Cinderella theme this year. The rooms are decorated with her carriage, the mice, pumpkins and have a lovely fairytale feel.
My Instagram feed is full of Christmas cheer too. It looks so magical!
Unfortunately we don’t celebrate Christmas where I’m from. So I haven’t seen real Christmas decorations.
I’ve only just heard about Christmas Markets 😅. They seem like fun.
I’m a little curious about Christmas and the various traditions.
Could you tell me a few Christmas traditions you follow? Comment below 👇🏽
Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.
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London Tower Bridge
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The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest Ferris wheel, and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom with over 3.75 million visitors annually.
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Meet my besties...
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“The Roman Baths complex is a site of historical interest in the English city of Bath. It is a well-preserved Roman site once used for public bathing.”
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“The Roman Baths themselves are below the modern street level. There are four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the museum, holding finds from Roman Bath. The buildings above street level date from the 19th century.”
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“The Baths are a major tourist attraction and, together with the Grand Pump Room, receive more than one million visitors a year. Visitors can tour the baths and museum but cannot enter the water.”