The Northern Lights (or Aurora Borealis depending how fancy you feel) are a natural phenomenon. The pictures look surreal, and getting to witness them surely must be on everybody’s bucket list at some point. Iceland is one of the most well known places to see them, its latitude exposing the country to their effects all […]Read more "Northern Lights, Iceland."
Grace and I took the opportunity to stop off for 4 days in Iceland on the way back to Glasgow from Denver. We’ve been doing as much as we can whilst here, including a trip to the famous Blue Lagoon. (click through for a bigger version of the panorama) The lagoon is apparently one of […]Read more "Blue Lagoon, Iceland."
Our Denver trip has come to a close, after spending over a month in the Mile High City. For those of you not familiar with Colorado, the ‘Mile High’ part refers to its altitude of over 5000 feet… not the recent(ish) legalisation of weed. Here’s one of its more famous pieces of public art: a […]Read more "Denver, Colorado 2015 – Part 2"
This is slightly out of chronological order, but still worth sharing – the last of the pictures from our trip to New York a few weeks ago. On our last full day we spent the time exploring some places we hadn’t been yet, and taking lots of pictures. I love the colours in the Subway. […]Read more "New York – Part Four"