Left to right: 1.Next to Buckingham Place 2.In front of a Christmas Tree at the national Museum in London 3. The Notre Dame 4.Statue at the Palace of Versaille 5.Painting in P.O.V 6. Naked statue in the Gardens of Versaille 7.The lourve 8.Whilst walking to Gallieries lafayette ran into a BUM 9. Ceiling of P.O.V
Throwback to when I thought it would be cheeky (sometimes I find it funny again) to take ugly pictures in front of monuments I saw whilst traveling to England and France. Of course I would pull something like this, some of them are too ugly to post, these were the only ones I wasn’t scared showing the world, which doesn’t says a whole lot about the others.
For the next four Thursdays I will be posting “Throw Back Thursday” tributes to my favorite travels. I can’t easily put together in a single post how much I adored my travels and how much I think back to them daily. I genuinely dream about the places I’ve seen nightly, and I hope I will continue to explore. This post is all London and Paris. I was reading another fashion blog this week (parkandcube), she basically said; Living in London is amazing because you can “make-out” with so many different places; Paris, Milan, Madrid, and the list goes on (and don’t forget how close you are to New York). I’m that girl that can’t wait to move to a big city, as obnoxious and cliche as that may seem. The two weeks I spent in London and Paris can never be explained, I just want to take every experience and every view that I absorbed, put it in my pocket, and keep it forever. It just goes to show I didn’t get enough of it! I hope to study aboard one day in one of these amazing European cities; but until then, I fulfill my desire by reading up from the bloggers who live there.
Also, while being there I conducted a mini experiment of sorts. All of the photographs below were taken on a Kodak Disposable camera (with out a doubt the best $5 I’ve ever spent). Of course it took a little bit of editing to make them look better, but so worth it. I think they hold character and ample meaning (at least for me).
Selfie in the London
To the far right was the tunnel Princess Diana was killed under.Le Seine – Photographed standing on Lover’s BridgeLover’s Bridge – Write your name and the one you love on a lock then lock it on the bridge. This is done to symbolize their everlasting love – in paris! <3
Museo de Louvre
Me at the front Gates at the Palace of Versailles Just in front of the garden at the Palace of Versailles
Tune in next Thursday for another #tbt of my travels.
Until next time