All posts tagged: Landscape

Sri Lanka in 100 photographs

It was during my third and final year at UCL that I decided to extend my half term break and book (relatively) cheap flight tickets to Sri Lanka. I had a pretty full plate with lab experiments for my dissertation, job applications and general London chaos, […]

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Incredible India – Part One

India is an unbelievable country full of colour, contrasts, energy and spice! In 2008 my family travelled around Rajasthan in the Northern India for a couple of weeks. The trip will always remain one of the most magical and unforgettable experiences I have had in my […]

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Cuba #8 – On The Road

Photos taken from the car, in the car, of the car, around the car. Photos of bizarre situations, crazy perspectives, beautiful landscapes, people passing by. All things Cuban, some things blurry. Endless roads disappearing over the horizon. We spent an insane amount of time in our […]

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Cuba #5 – Amazing Light

Uni is killing me at the moment so I decided to give myself a little treat by looking through my Cuba photos again. For this little category there were hundreds of photos to choose from. Sunsets, thunderstorms, night skies, sunrise, sun rays in the jungle, pretty […]

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Cuba #2 – People

Cuban people either greet with you with the biggest smile or scare you away with a terrifying death stare. I love how life here takes place on the street. Half the population is chilling on their front door step. The other quarter of people carefully […]

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Driving along the Syrian border

I learned a lot during my ten days in Lebanon. In hardly any corner of the world it is more interesting to see how culture, politics, religion and language define a people. How a country unites as well as tears apart over these issues. The people are so proud […]

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Lebanon – the melting pot for everything

After an intense day of sightseeing in Beiteddine, my second day in Lebanon was very relaxed with a bit of beach and a bit of culture. We took the car up North from Beirut, along the seaside road until we reached the many beach clubs of Batroun. There is a very […]

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The hills are alive

Second year of uni flew by at a terrifying speed and before we knew it, exam time was upon us. After our trip to Lisbon, we knew we’d return to a London where everyone was knee deep in work and no one had time for social stuff anymore. […]

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First Impressions of Lisbon

So I just came back from five wonderful sunny days in Lisbon. Our short but sweet holidays came exactly at the right time of year – we were all sick of university, courseworks seemed relatively relaxed and London was cold and windy. There was nothing […]

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Fieldtrip to Dorset

Most of you probably don’t know that I study Civil Engineering. I’m not sure whether this makes me super lame or interesting cool. I personally haven’t even made up my mind yet whether to find engineering cool or not. But modules like soils, fluid mechanics or structures make me think less […]

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Black and Whites from Italy

Almost every photo I took in Tuscany was dipped into this amazing golden light. Which of course makes it fun and easy to photograph, but there’s only that many pictures of landscapes and sunsets before you get bored of it. So I decided to, every now and […]

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Roadtrippin through Tuscany

Pienza, Siena, Buonconvento, Montepulciano, Montealcino, Florence… the list of beautiful cities and villages to visit is endless. We’ve got our few favourite spots that we go to every single summer, like this one restaurant in Pienza with the best Pici with wild boar ragout – one […]

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