I have always loved photographing St Paul’s Cathedral and it is always a spot in London I find myself going to for inspiration. When I saw this spot on @heleneinbetween feed, I had to get the same shot. I love the pop of red from the phone booth just adds a little something more to the Cathedral - it just has all of the elements of London that I love in one frame. #helenemademedoit
It’s been about a month now since some I had my first visitors here in Ireland. My friends and I all met while studying abroad in London and we have been traveling together ever since. Check out the post to see how we all met, our past travels, and why I think travel friends are the best friends. LINK in BIO ☀️
When you get called into work on your day off and only have 15 minutes to get dress, slap some makeup on, grab some food for a lunch, and then catch a bus to get there on time - and you actually do it. Am I a wizard?
It’s crazy going through my camera roll and seeing so many pictures of myself for the first time (in probably FOREVER). I am never in any of my pictures - mostly because - a) I am always too busy taking them and b) I just never stop to ask for someone to take my picture cause I have honestly never feel photogenic and don’t feel comfortable in front of the camera. .
So that leads me to a very vulnerable topic. Why is it we feel so much pressure to take such perfect photographs of ourselves for social media? Why do we feel like we have to present ourselves in a certain way? .
Let me know if you ever feel this way, what you do to not feel this way, or if you feel different. I am very curious and looking for a new perspective to change the way I see posting pictures of myself.
If you’ve seen my instastory then you know thank you are going around to all of you! Yesterday was a big milestone for me as I hit 10k followers! I’m so excited to have all of you along on this journey and can’t wait to see where it goes next! 💛