So I’ve been wanting to post this walkabout for agees but I’ve just never had the time to put together the pictures (which are scattered across various locations on social media, my memory stick and my desktop). This would be my second Walkabout post. If you’ve missed my first one click here. A walkabout is basically me strolling around various locations taking pictures of this and of that (haha TINSP reference).
So this Walkabout is also photography-related. It was a school trip to London that I went to, last October. It was quite a hectic but very enjoyable day. We went to various locations.
These pictures were taken near Trafalgar Square (Where the National Gallery is). Isn’t the Victorian architecture simply stunning??
We also visited The Monument which was close to St. Dunstan’s Church in East London. Here’s are some photos of the burn Church that I actually used for my Photography project Phobias.This series is intended to represent the fear of empty spaces.
Quite grungy, no? The Church was actually no where near as spooky as portrayed by these edits haha. Oh, the power of Photoshop.
Here’s a more nicer looking, generic, touristy picture of The Gherkin, East London.
Off Course, all this walking and getting in and out of tubes was exhausting the hell out of me. So as one must do, I grabbed one.
And I believe, our final, formal visit was to South Bank.
I obviously had to slip a quick ootd, for those who can’t care less about architecture, burnt churches and caramel frappes.Thank you Manisha for this lovely shot ❤
Denim shirt | Matalan
Blouse | Matalan
Jeans | Topshop
Boots | Shoe Zone
Bag | Marks and Spencer
Necklace | Risky
Hijab | Sudan
And if you’re wondering, the camera that I have around my neck is my FujiFilm S2800. It’s what I used to take all the photos above (with the exception of the drink).
I thought I would also casually sneak in a cropped camera selfie teehee
My henna was done at a Sudanese charity fair 🙂
And last, but not least. I thought I would end this post with my favourite picture of the entire trip. It was also taken in South Bank.
I just see happiness whenever I look at this. Sunshine, bubbles, children. But most importantly bubbles because they look seriously cool.
Anwaysss that’s it for now. Let me know if you enjoy these kinds of posts!
Until next time, take care ❤