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NEW BLOG POST 📷 the full breakdown of all the camera gear we use for our photos, now on the blog! It includes the camera + lens we use, how we take photos together, and our favorite gear for travel. If you’re looking for gift ideas, it’s the perfect list for the travel photographer you know!
Jacob is responding to all Q’s on the blog post so ask away (I linked it in our profile) 👉🏼
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“I’m still here, b*****s. And I know everything.” -A
Another reason why I love UK so much. I think the European landscape are pretty much the same. Since they are 4-seasons countries, mostly they offers you beautiful landscape and scenery especially in the country side.
I love English country side so much because it offers breathtaking view with much fresher air and calmer than the city.
With this kind of view, it was so worthy to climb the hill for few hundred meters in the morning. I would live happily in this place and would enjoy my morning hiking so much!
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Bird feeding in Holyrood Park. As visitors, you are not allowed to feed this animals even though they are so tame and manja towards you . The food is specifically supplied by the City Council and there are staff who will take care of feeding these birds.
Me aunty nevertheless, asked for some of the corns from the staff and try to feed those birds.
The lake on the other hands is icy cold and the middle part of this lake has already frozen.
Victoria Memorial, London, England 🏴 Queen Victoria memorial is located opposite the Buckingham Palace, the official Royal Residence Of the Monarch.
Queen Victoria sits facing the road that leads up to Buckingham Palace. This road is famously called the Mall.
Queen Victoria was the first British Monarch to reign from Buckingham Palace.
The sculptor Sir Thomas Brock designed this memorial between 1906 and 1924.
Victoria is surround by statues representing courage, constancy, victory, charity, truth and motherhood.
The golden statue at the top is the Winged Victory.
When visiting the Buckingham Palace, you’ll always find people clicking pictures around this memorial. Some stand here to get a view of the Change of Guards ceremony which takes place in the morning.
When I visited, I wrestled my way to the fence just in case I see the Queen 🤣
Do you have a favourite British royal past or present? Comment the name below:)