I’m under that night / I’m under those same stars / For blue, blue skies

I’m not a very good tourist guide (sadly.) I don’t have the warmest appreciation for people without an orientation that block tube entries, gallery hallways or popular attractions. Not that I’ve ever been one of them, noooo way!

Nevertheless, these spots are beautiful and part of why this city is as international and beloved as it is. In the Easter break (which already seems decades ago) a friend of mine came down to London for a day trip and we covered pretty all the essential parts.

As you can see, we covered Westminster, Southbank and St. Pauls (yes, we walked all the way! My legs didn’t find that so impressive…), Camden and Primrose Hill along with my favourite Wetherspoons Pub in Highgate, where my camera battery left me. But you all know what a massive burger and a Guiness looks like!

I hope you don’t find this 24/7 rain as annoying as I do. It’s nice to listen to the rain drops splashing against the windows when you’re just about to fall asleep, but for all the rest – no, thanks! I hope it will be better soon as I have some exciting shoots (that require the freshness and liveliness of green grass and blue skies) coming up! Take care x

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