Analytical Writing, Case Study, Creative writing, Landscape Photography, Lifestyle, photography, Random, Reflective Writing

Sunset Reflection 🌅🌈

I think it's nice to watch as the sun set in, because the sky tends to display a variation of colours, which blends to create a rainbow (despite there being no rain). I managed to capture the sky, right before it turned dark.  I'll demonstrate the before and after pictures below: I decided add a… Continue reading Sunset Reflection 🌅🌈

Creative writing, Landscape Photography, Lifestyle, photography, Random

Rainy Day Photography ⛱🌅 : BTS 

The sky caught my eye last night, whilst I was on my travels. It was blue but the clouds had a warm pinkish tone to it. Also, it displayed a streak of orange. So, I decided to capture the moment, before the sun went down. It was also raining as well, as I thought that… Continue reading Rainy Day Photography ⛱🌅 : BTS 

Creative writing, Lifestyle, photography, Product Review, Reflective Writing

Herbal Tea Luxuries

Hello, welcome to the #TheHerbalTea discussion I've been testing out different tea brands for the past couple of weeks and I'll be sharing and reviewing the ones I've tried below: This one is packed with a variety of different herbs in each sachet. There is three of each flavour that does it's specific job, especially… Continue reading Herbal Tea Luxuries

Analytical Writing, Case Study, Creative writing, Lifestyle, Reflective Writing

The Media And How It Can Affect Body Image

The Media is heavily influential for positive and negative changes. However, in regards to body image; How much images do we see a day, that is either photoshopped or quite proportionally edited, to appear to look 'ideally' perfect? Understandably, it is nice to want to incite an audience, but most of the time it is… Continue reading The Media And How It Can Affect Body Image

Creative writing, Landscape Photography, photography

Figuring Out London ðŸ’¦ðŸŒ²ðŸ’§

Landscape photography allows you to capture everything at once and in one photo, to create the bigger picture. You can use the buildings and objects in the camera frame, to construct shapes and dynamics, within the image. Here's some pictures I took earlier on today: