PrettyCityLondon by Siobhan Ferguson made me dust off my camera!! (I haven’t used it in years. I blame phone cameras.) This book has motivated me to once again explore the world I live in through the lens.
This is such a fun book to read. And it’s fun to browse through the beautiful photographs of the various London neighborhoods. The book is worth it alone just for the fun and whimsical photographs.
It’s divided in four sections: Photography Tips, Neighborhoods (Belgravia is my fave), Pretty City London through the Seasons, and Bucket List of Things to Do in Pretty City London.
I’m really excited to get behind the lens again and I plan on sharing some of my photography in a new series next week! xoxo, Jane
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It was wonderful to visit Kensington Palace and to see the Victoria Revealed exhibit. Walking through the palace left me in awe of the history and the previous residents who wandered these halls. There was also a lovely tea room to enjoy. My only quibble about Kensington Palace is that the entrance fee is much too high for what little we see of the palace. That said, I savored every moment at the palace, especially this staircase.
I wish I had thought to take a better photograph of the staircase, but below is a snippet of what the staircase looks like today (spoiler alert: it looks almost identical).
Have you been to Kensington Palace? If yes, what did you enjoy the most?