Whirring, whirring, whirring
Learning, learning, learning
Throwback to shooting Ty Segall earlier this year 🖤
I look bored af and my hair matches the bamboo
The colours of early morning & empty streets are worth the alarm ⏰
Today’s photo of the day is this beautiful shot from Alexandra park taken by @chanti_
😁 love the colours and tones of this one! Thanks for tagging #igersbath
Shared by @maisie_walker
Took this down earlier to re-edit 😎 Looking down from Catbells ⛰ The colours this time of year are amazing 🍂
Day 25: Today I learned to always carry a spare pair of tights when cycling. After having dressed smartly for my first meeting with my supervisor, I managed to fall off my bike literally across the road from the faculty entrance 😂🙈🤦🏼♀️ A bloody knee and laddered pair of tights later, I tactfully covered the holes with my coat throughout the hour long supervision 😂 🚲 Took the short way home after my bike drama, so 6ish miles of cycling and walking today 🚲
Nestled cosily in the side of Windmill Hill on the Parham Park Estate, the ice house is not easy to see from the drive and does somewhat resemble a gnome dwelling. In fact it dates from the second half of the 18th century, and would have been filled with ice collected from the ponds in the park during the winter months. Packed in straw, the ice could survive during the summer months, and be used in the kitchen of the house to make cold desserts...
Handmade with quartz crystal beads set on a delicate metal strand, this stunning golden necklace is the perfect neutral accessory to complete any look!
'For a true writer each book should be a new beginning, where he tries again for something that is beyond attainment' - Ernest Hemingway
'It is all very well for you to write simply and the simpler the better. But do not start to think so damned simply. Know how complicated it is and then state it simply' - Ernest Hemingway
Adding a bit of luxury to my usual reading experience by visiting this bookstore meets cocktail bar in Piccadilly Circus this weekend.
Why not enjoy your favourite books in style next time?