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Visual Diary: English Cities

Hi! Here is a compilation of some photographs I took during my trips to cities around the UK. This post has been on my drafts for over 6 months now and I think it’s time for them to be released out there for the world to see 🙂 These were some of the places I spent my happy moments in throughout the last year – when I had the time to explore in-between my uni assignment modules. All photos were taken with Sony A6000/iPhone camera. Photography is something I’ve always wanted to get better at but never really had the time to properly learn. Definitely something to add to my 2020 goals! Hope you enjoy them!

St. James Park, London – Just a few minutes walk from The Buckingham Palace
St. James Park, London
Westminster Abbey, London
The London Eye
City Center, Birmingham
Corn Exchange in Leeds
Corn Exchange, Leeds
Covent Garden, London
Editted - Tower Bridge Bird (1 of 1)
Tower Bridge, London
St. Ives Cornwall
St. Ives, Cornwall
Luss Village in Scotland
Luss Village, Scotland
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Highland Cow spotted at Luss village, Scotland
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Scottish Highlands
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Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

Author: Indira

Indonesian gal in her 20s currently based in London. ISFP. Crazy Cat Lady. (Digital) Marketer. And lover of traveling. Follow me on Instagram: indillianti

2 thoughts on “Visual Diary: English Cities”

  1. Your photographs are absolutely stunning and I especially liked Scottish ones! Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait for things to go back to normal soon so we can start traveling again. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva


    1. Hi Aiva 🙂 Thank you so much for the kind message, means a lot! Scotland was really beautiful and yes, me too! Hopefully it won’t be long till the whole crisis is over. Stay health and safe.


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