Bits & Pieces | Autumn in the city

Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year! The yellow leaves, bright wintry days, and time spent outside crunching through the leaves are some of my favourite memories, so happily, this autumn has been one of finding little moments like that. So, here’s autumn’s bits and pieces.

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First yellow tree of the season back in late September, it was so bright and vivid.


My grandfather’s undying love for our elderly cat. So so sweet!  img_3812

Finding time to climb every week, sometimes twice. Happy to have found westway as my new london climbing haunt.


A solo trip to the park that my family lovingly refer to as the ‘hill park’, it’s based beside a major road going into the city but has beautiful ponds, hills and views of the city skyline.


My first (adult) trip to Ikea! With Mum & Lu – found this dreamy looking studio for future house inspiration! Maybe one day!


Burf girls selfie!

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My friend Rowena and I have made a tradition of walking in the countryside every week for an hour or two. It’s such a nice break from the city and we have been finding lots of new places to explore. One sunny day in October, we packed lunch with us, and sat a top a hillside to eat it while taking in the views.

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Crazy accidental depth of field on my phone – this was taken as we headed back from our walk!


Reuniting with Lici after her south america trip, we celebrated with veggie pret and wanders around central london.


Making memes of Matt (My sister’s boyfriend!)


My climbing shoes, after a particularly tough climbing session! Love it so much!


Bikes hanging off a building near Greenwich!


Wandering through Greenwich Park one day with my friend Juliet


Greenwich views!


St Pauls from the roof of One New Change – such a cool perspective of the city – a great place to go if you want a (free!) view from up high – just take the lift in the middle of the shopping centre to the top level!


Editing lots of projects for work!


Seeing the highlights of the olympics victory parade in London on a lunch break, cool to see all the athletes kitted out and a speech from the mayor!


Eating a lot of poached eggs! img_3973

Beautiful yellow trees – everywhere!


Dining at a strange but wonderful thai place with my friend E under many varieties of taxidermied animal heads!


More beautiful autumn leaves! img_4005

Out of focus family dinners every weekend!


Wrapping up warm for the first frost!


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Facetimes with S – so good to see his face, always!


Weekly walks with my friend R at the lake a couple of miles away, so nice to put the world to rights while walking through the woods.


Doing some extra client shots at home.


Hosting a #GBBO finale party with friends – all of us forgot/ran out of time to bake,


Reuniting with S after a month apart – distance makes for happy reunions 🙂

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Finding a lighthouse on the beach at Burnham-On-Sea – such a cool structure.

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Date night at Prezzo’s – we rarely eat out so it is such a treat when we do!


Staying with my climbing partner, G and getting to meet and walk her lovely dogs!

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Lots of Gloucestershire climbing!


Visiting Cheddar Gorge with S – decided to tick off some of the touristy UK stuff from now on!

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Pumpkins on the steps of a house in St John’s Wood, London

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Spending one last day with my lovely friend Dani, who is getting married in Israel next week! We were also randomly treated to a tour of Lords Cricket Ground that day, by an overenthusiastic security guard!


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Beautiful trees in a west London park!

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Blurry Sunset photos in richmond park with friends one cold november day

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Brunching at home with Tara, a friend visiting from the USA who I met while studying abroad in Montana! So good to catch up and it was like we’d never been away!

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