• Autumn’s coming back around, mum and I spend this morning catching falling leaves in the forest. I’ve now got at least one year’s worth of good luck. Bangin’. La Hulpe, Belgium. October 2014. 



  • Walking around in the hills. Amalfi to Ravello, Italy. September 2014.



  • Retro ice cream maker in the flat in Amalfi, Italy. September 2014.

    Retro ice cream maker in the flat in Amalfi, Italy. September 2014.



    The Amalfi coastline in black and white. Near Sorrento, Italy. September 2014. 

    The Amalfi coastline in black and white. Near Sorrento, Italy. September 2014. 



    "This is my serious face". Salerno, Italy. September 2014.

    "This is my serious face". Salerno, Italy. September 2014.



    Mum eating an ice-cream while we waited for our coach to Amalfi. Salerno, Italy. September 2014.

    Mum eating an ice-cream while we waited for our coach to Amalfi. Salerno, Italy. September 2014.



    Little wild flowers.
On our first day in Italy, we decided to walk up from the church on the main square (where our apartment was) all the way through the busy town of Amalfi and into the hills. Once amongst the endless lemon groves, we walked past various ruins - almost exclusively of old paper mills. Amalfi paper is still known for being the most luxurious in the world and the evidence of its beginnings is still discernible through farmlands and wild greenery. We came across an odd little house, in which the most beautiful display of fruit and veg: plum tomatoes hanging in bunches, fresh figs, drying chillies, huge pale lemons, gourdes, bunches of garlic, etc. This incredible Italian mama appeared, beaming and offering fresh home-made lemonade (which was the tastiest drink ever). We had a lovely cooling rest-stop before being sent on our way with armfuls of figs and grapes. When we stopped off to eat said figs and grapes, I took this photo of teeny tiny wild flowers. 
Apologies for the bory (boring story) - I felt the need to explain that this photo was the result of hours of walking uphill in Italy and not another cheeky trip to Kew in London. That is all. 

    Little wild flowers.

    On our first day in Italy, we decided to walk up from the church on the main square (where our apartment was) all the way through the busy town of Amalfi and into the hills. Once amongst the endless lemon groves, we walked past various ruins - almost exclusively of old paper mills. Amalfi paper is still known for being the most luxurious in the world and the evidence of its beginnings is still discernible through farmlands and wild greenery. We came across an odd little house, in which the most beautiful display of fruit and veg: plum tomatoes hanging in bunches, fresh figs, drying chillies, huge pale lemons, gourdes, bunches of garlic, etc. This incredible Italian mama appeared, beaming and offering fresh home-made lemonade (which was the tastiest drink ever). We had a lovely cooling rest-stop before being sent on our way with armfuls of figs and grapes. When we stopped off to eat said figs and grapes, I took this photo of teeny tiny wild flowers. 

    Apologies for the bory (boring story) - I felt the need to explain that this photo was the result of hours of walking uphill in Italy and not another cheeky trip to Kew in London. That is all. 



    Saw so many of these adorable little cars. I liked that this one had matching graffiti on the wall behind it. Amalfi, Italy. September 2014.

    Saw so many of these adorable little cars. I liked that this one had matching graffiti on the wall behind it. Amalfi, Italy. September 2014.



    Viagra naturale and the Italian way of looking at life. Amalfi, Italy. September, 2014. 

    Viagra naturale and the Italian way of looking at life. Amalfi, Italy. September, 2014. 



    Matt sitting on steps around Shadwell basin in Wapping, London. August 2014.

    Matt sitting on steps around Shadwell basin in Wapping, London. August 2014.



    Nice wine. Wapping market, London. Late August 2014.

    Nice wine. Wapping market, London. Late August 2014.



    Best doughnuts of all time, ever. And I don’t even like doughnuts. Wapping market, London. August 2014.

    Best doughnuts of all time, ever. And I don’t even like doughnuts. Wapping market, London. August 2014.



    Seagull standing on the roof of the Victorian Wing of Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin. June 2014.

    Seagull standing on the roof of the Victorian Wing of Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin. June 2014.



    Twirly thing in the Waterlily House, Kew Gardens. July 2014.

    Twirly thing in the Waterlily House, Kew Gardens. July 2014.



  • Kew Gardens, London. 31st July 2014.



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