This half term have you thought about doing #airbnbexperiences with your kids? Be a tourist in your own city! My daughter and I took a guided cycle ride through south London and discovered a whole new part of the city thanks to our knowledgeable host. We are North Londoners and didn’t even know there was this amazing cycle route and parks in South London never mind all the cool things we learned. For example this is an Egyptian duck in London. Those wacky Victorians loved to bring back home stuff from their travels such as Egyptian ducks, ginkgo trees, tropical plants etc. Clearly customs officials were very lenient in those days! #sponsored
Oop... I almost forgot.
I'm trying this new fad called, uh, jogging.
I believe it's 'jogging' or 'yogging.' it might be a soft j. I'm not sure but apparently you just run for an extended period of time!
It's supposed to be wild.
Try it and join in👍 DM me to find out when I'm running next.
Anyone else hungover on a Tuesday? 🤦♀️
Dreaming of this sous vide perfectly medium rare Pork with almond mole is helping us get through. 🤤
Get yo tickets for our Thursday pop up 🤘 tickets on link 🎟
" CHIMPING " #annieliebovitz @annie__leibovitz checking her photograph ( three images - Photographic Techniques, Part 2 of a series). This technique in digital photography is known as chimping. The term 'chimping' was first written about by Robert Deutsch, a USA Today staff photographer, in September 1999 when writing a story for the SportsShooter email newsletter. He did not invent the term but heard it passed down by word of mouth.
The term derives from the habit of the photographer looking at the picture in the LCD, and going "Ooh, ooh, ooh!" imitating the sound of a chimpanzee.
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