Photographs from an evening walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. Includes photos of the love locks attached to the bridge by couples, views of the Freedom Tower at sunset, and the Empire State Building in its Easter colours.
Photographs taken on a boat tour of lower Manhattan. Includes views of New Jersey at sunset, the Statue of Liberty and night time skylines of Manhattan.
New York is a vibrant city, full of culture, stunning architecture and interesting people. I’ve been asked why I was going back for a third time, and I suppose the answer is that there is so much to do! We flew out on the Thursday morning, stayed for Easter and flew back Tuesday night. Here’s […]
Here is a bunch of stuff I did, thought, said and looked at in 2013. I like writing these things down and having a little look back. I hope you all had a brilliant 2013, and all the best for 2014.
Last night I got to see a man who has been into space, sing a song about being in space, written by a man who is quite possibly from space. Much like when I watched the video of Commander Chris Hadfield performing Space Oddity in space, I cried.
The drive home was long, and it did rain that day. We stopped in Teignmouth because I’d been there before (for Muse) and knew where there was some good food to be had. We popped in another book shop that had an incredibly old copy of Winnie the Pooh, which I didn’t buy for monetary […]
Tintagel. Satnav decided to take us single track roads all the way. We had to stop to let some baby cows past, there was grass growing down the middle of the road. I drove in constant fear of meeting an oncoming vehicle. I ignored the satnav on the way back and aimed for A roads.
Sticking closer to the hut today, we visited Charlestown and its museum, Polkeris beach and went for a long walk in the Luxuylian Valley.
I wanted to do our furthest drive on this day to try and keep the week balanced, so it was off to Porthleven. I went there when I was 6 and this ice cream place that was there then was still there so that seemed like a good reason as any to go back. They […]
We walked to the Eden Project. I wanted to go, but didn’t know much about it. It was INCREDIBLE. So beautiful, so much to look at. So much knowledge mixed with art. So many feels! What a wonderful place.
My friend Alice and I got drunk together about five months ago and planned a trip to Cornwall. Really it’s Professor Brian Cox’s fault. I’d found this drinking game, where you watch a Wonders of Whatever and drink according to the rules.
Today two of my friends got married in the very lovely Elvetham Hotel.