With the last URL change I did, I thought “this is it, I am finally happy with it all” – I was so wrong. The truth is I have been unhappy with the wordpress platform for so long. No themes or templates would fit and I would receive notification of all these people liking my post and following my blog but it would not show in my stats.
I have now moved to blogger where I am much more happier~ I had to change the url since Sun on Edge wasn’t available. THIS is the last change.
Time for another picture dump from Bath, and this time not too long ago since last post. I am posting the pictures according to how we actually walked our way though the city. So from The Circus we went to the Royal Crescent which lies right next to it. Then we walked down the Royal Victoria park, to a obelisk monument, before we turned our nice back towards the city.
On our way though the park I chased some squirrels on the hunt for the perfect pictures, they where quite friendly! But that little event will get a post of it own~ On our way back to the heart of the city we passed a Georgian garden. A bit sad that we weren’t there at a time when the flowers actually bloomed – but it was still beautiful, and the plants had such creative names. Well, enjoy~
It is finally time to post some pictures from the trip to Bath last weekend. I have been dreading to start editing these, because I took around 400 pictures on that trip! But hey, they hardly needed editing, Bath is such a beautiful city!
There is a bit much black and white pictures, but Bath is the kind of historical place that fits it. I am also a bit over the top interested in architecture as you may notice. The is a lot of Georgian architecture in Bath, like the Circus and the Royal Crescent, and it is so beautiful. You can feel the history in the streets.
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The last pictures here are from The Circus, which is rounded buildings forming a circle. It is really magnificent and I can’t help but wonder how the floor plans of these buildings look. And I just love the big old threes in the centre. From here we walked to the Royal crescent and though the park, where I chased squirrels and we popped by a Georgian garden. Nothing really bloomed but it was fun to see all the names!
Well, that will be in the next update :)
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And I need to stop seeing blogging as a choir as its something I actually enjoy to do. (it is just that editing part, urgh)
I always tidy up and organize my stuff before I start working, but during work it always end up looking pretty messy. This is how I work. Not really, but I need to make technical sketches. Actually pretty good having a break from working in the screen constantly.
These photos don’t do my hairdo any justice, but to tired to redo them. By the way; my door isn’t skew, it is bended. And I should have been in my bed, reading, listening to music and getting comfy&tired. Just couldn’t do that without sharing my love for my to rarely used dog-shirt.