Winter pretty much kills my chances of heading to one of my favourite parts of my adopted hometown so when the sunshine recently graced the skies I thought it was the perfect opportunity to catch some rays and give you an insight into my surroundings. I was looking at analytics recently and it astounded me to see where some of my readers live, from good ol' UK to tucked away in Texas, from France to Indonesia. Therefore, I thought it'd be quite nice for you guys to see where I spend my days because I always find it quite interesting to see my favourite bloggers' natural habitats; it's a tonic to my own wanderlust and helps me to understand their experiences. As you can see, I live by the seaside; I've always lived by the shore and I know I'll find it pretty difficult if I ever have to prise myself away from it. I call this my 'adopted' hometown because this is where I live whilst I study at university; it's a lot larger than home but it's still pretty cosy in its own way. These photographs were taken on different days, as you can tell by the warmer/colder juxtaposition! You can see other photographs that I've taken of my adopted hometown HERE.
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