Recently we decided on a spontaneous trip to London and of course no adventure is complete without Moose. It was his first time travelling on a train, along with it being his first time experiencing life as a city boy. London I feel, is a little like marmite. You either love it or you hate … More Central London: Our own inspired walking tour
With modern day technology as it is, you no longer need a savvy, top-of-the-range camera to take incredible photos. You can now take just as insane and quality photos with your mobile phone. Isn’t that crazy? Given that everyone (mostly) is likely to own a mobile phone, I thought I’d share some of my favourite … More iPhone photography tips
Ingredients (Double up for 2 people) 100g oats 1 banana 1 heaped tablespoon of flaxseed (optional) 1 egg 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder Sprinkle of cinnamon (optional) Drizzle of vanilla 100ml oat milk Yoghurt Berries for the compote Honey, golden or maple syrup (optional) Step 1 – Mix together your oats, banana, flaxseed, egg, baking … More Healthy pancakes
We spent just one, very wet afternoon in Dartmouth and its charm already has me longing to return. I imagine on a bright and sunny day, with its views of Kingswear, Dartmouth would remind me of one of Italy’s most picturesque cliffside village, Positano. I believe we may have chosen to visit the harbour town … More Dartmouth on a rainy day
Last year I missed the opportunity to experience lavender season and remember my jaw dropping at everyone’s photos online. This year, I made it a top priority not to miss out and when I found myself a spare Friday off work, Farley and I decided to visit the beautfiul Mayfield Lavender Farm. Funny fact… I actually have … More Mayfield Lavender Farm: A Sea of Purple
I’m not sure I’ve ever shared with you my travel photography gear, so needless to say this blog post is long over-due. Well, I can finally say the time has come and I’m excited to let you know the gear I use and would never leave for a trip without. Every photographer, be it amateur … More My Travel Photography Gear: What’s in my backpack?
Tomorrow the UK will have been in full-scale lockdown for exactly one month. I still find it surreal when I think about the global scale of this virus and the impact it’s had on bringing the world to a standstill. It is something I would never have imagined happening in my lifetime. Whilst there are … More SURVIVING QUARANTINE: 100 things to do to keep you busy!
Limpsfield Common: A Storybook Adventure … More Limpsfield Common: A Storybook Adventure
Weekend breaks are my go-to essential to fulfil the little hole I get when I’m not full time travelling. Before the world blew up with COVID-19, we had the pleasure of enjoying a night away at The White Buck, in the heart of the New Forest – one of my favourite places in all UK. Growing up, … More The White Buck Review
I have loved growing up in Surrey and its surrounding areas of natural beauty, despite knowing I’ll most likely never be able to buy a house of my own here, given the prices are sky high! However, saying that, house prices across the entire country are completely unrealistic right now. After travelling to other parts … More SURREY: 7 of my favourite photography spots