Walking along Banff beach in Scotland….Fyvie Castle, my ideal wedding venue….sunshine in Aberdeen! Such a rare occurrence….the juxtaposition of Callum and my teas….the city on a Sunday….afternoon tea at the city branch of Bea’s of Bloomsbury….Callum’s drawing of St Paul’s and a London black cab….drawing over the landscape of London at Archikids festival….a Moody looking London
Ok admittedly it has taken me quite a while to post up these pictures from my recent trip to visit family in Aberdeen and my adventures with Callum at the Archikids festival, but here they are finally!
Last weekend I took Callum along to Archikids, a festival of architecture for children around the Square Mile. He drew this picture of St Paul’s and a black can onto acetate to become a part of one of the structures … Continue reading →
A couple of weeks back I took the boy to Paris for his Christmas present (for some snippets and pics of the other things we got up to, see here). It wouldn’t have been a trip to Paris without going to see (and climb) the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Sacre Coeur and the Louvre, which incidentally was the reason we went there in the first place. Paris is one of my favourite cities in the world and I don’t think I will ever grow tired of visiting it or it’s most famous sites. Here are a couple of the photos I snapped of Paris’s iconic features that require no further introduction:
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is such an iconic momunment that I am sure many citizens of the world would recognise. And I was surprised when we visted that it wasn’t an udnerwhelming disappointment. We didn’t go to the … Continue reading →