GIF Wednesday

Well whadda ya know - it's Wednesday again!


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As the little green Island on which we live becomes increasingly urbanised and our lives ever busier, we rarely get a chance to look up and enjoy whats above us be it due to lack of time, light pollution, lack of green space... So to have the opportunity to see such perfect skies was an exciting chance to capture some dramatic pictures. Seeing something so clearly which is in fact so far away is really quite extraordinary. Here I have imitated the moon's path across the sky.
When was the last time you enjoyed a clear night? Much of star gazer?


In the Capital - Shoreditch

Destination: The Aubin Cinema, Brick Lane & Pizza East

London is one of my favourite cities. It's a diverse, colourful and vibrant place where you can do...well absolutely anything! As cliche as it sounds, there is undoubtedly something there for everyone. A wonderful capital that makes me proud to be British. Recently I have had a chance to explore the area of Shoreditch - somewhere I have not previously had the opportunity to investigate. So here goes with a teeny tiny snapshot into my adventure...

A bit of tourist tripping down Brick Lane... a really great place to find anything vintage or edgy. I managed to sweep up a few bargains in the form of a classic black fedora and a 1950's brush stroke print shirt.
This place is absolutely amazing! Think all the positives of film watching at home and trips to the cinema rolled into one beautiful and ingenious creation that is the Aubin Cinema. We went to see the incredible Life of Pi and were most impressed by the cosy armchairs and blankets as a replacement for the bog standard cinema chair! The cinema only fits about 20 people and the tickets are a smidgen pricey but it is definitely worth it if your after a treat.
Lychee mocktail anyone?!

Some of the graffiti around the town is just incredible. I actually find  it quite beautiful, despite the negative connotations this form of street art has.
Famished, we trooped into the first thing we came across...which thankfully turned out to be a rather good choice! Think fresh, fast and friendly. The atmosphere was buzzing, the food delicious and the setting intriguingly rustic. We definitely had hit on one of Shoreditch's places to be.

What's your favourite area of London?