One of the things that fascinated me with London was all the green places, especially the unkempt ones. I noticed when I got back home that most of my photos weren’t very typical London tourist photos.. but that also represents this trip very well – it wasn’t one of those trips. It was a magical ten days of exploring. On many levels.
When I decided to colour my hair I wasn’t sure for how long I’d keep it that way. I’m still not sure of course, but it has really grown on me, even though I loved my blonde hair this new red just feels.. like me. As if I was born with it. Either way I am really happy with the colour and the fairytale sort of vibe that it creates
Hampstead Heath was one of those places I just really wanted to visit. And as it turned out it was a magical place, it felt like we were walking around in a fairytale all day.. Click the images for a better view
So this post was mainly just photos from our visit to Hampstead Heath but I really just liked them all so much and wanted to show you what a beautiful place it is!
As you may or may not have noticed I went to London in October. You may also have noticed my lack of reporting on my visit there. Well, I guess that’s life. And here I am now, finally writing about it. I quite like writing about it after a bit of time has passed, gives me the chance to reminisce I won’t post it all at once as it would be a very long and photo-heavy post But I’ll try and update as often as I can.
So, this was my first post on London. We did a lot of strolling around in the nooks and crannies of London and we found many places that now hold dear memories