Whenever I look at these photographs from my last day in London I think, "It can't be real, I can't have actually seen this with my own eyes". But I did, and wow. Just... wow. I explored the magnificent Saint Paul's Cathedral on my last full day in London after strolling around Kensington Gardens. I climbed all the way to the top of Christopher Wren's masterpiece, and boy was it worth it. Check out that view! Saint Paul's was one of my favourite places I visited in London, no doubt about that.
Now, a note on the absence of posts. Unfortunately, unlike last time, this absence was not to do with a lovely holiday away somewhere. No. It had to do with the fact that every time I edit a photo and save it it turns out tinted extremely yellow. On my laptop, everything seems totally normal. Then I view the photos on another device and voila, yellow. I had no idea this was happening till I took a look at the blog from a computer at Uni. Since then I've been a little obsessed over it. It is incredibly frustrating, so I apologise for the giant onslaught of yellowness. Hopefully these photographs won't turn out quite so yellow.
Listening to: Evacuating London by Harry Gregson-Williams
Hi! I'm Louise. I am a writer, photographer, traveler, book fanatic and blogger. I love to post about my adventures and the little things I do that make life fun.