Monday, August 3, 2015

England & Scotland Adventuring in Instagram shots || PART I

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All the shots in this series are shot solely on my Android phone, with minimal to no editing. Minimal editing through VSCOCam.

Most of you probably already know, some of you may not, but I had the immense privilege to travel to London and then Scotland this last May. The shots in this series, England & Scotland Adventuring in Instagram shots, as well as the other series I started, That Far Off Place Called Scotland || UK Adventuring Part I, are all part of my UK Adventure 2015 complete series.

1. Houses of Parliament, London, England.
2Saw Big Ben and the London Eye. ✔
3. Trafalgar Square, with Big Ben in the background.
4. Hello Scotland!
5. Abbotsford, Sir Walter Scott's House (basically castle), is fantastic in it's architecture and personality. Oh and that's me there too.
6. Further proof of Abottsford's castle-esque beauty.
7And then there were horses in the field behind Abbotsford. They came galloping up out of nowhere to where I was wandering. Ohh, heeey horses! ... I guess they wanted their photo taken.
8Hello Edinburgh! My view through the bus window.
9This fantastic old Scottish hotel. Scotland's architecture is mind blowing
10. My first authentic Scottish meal of Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties Pie, at the eatery in Edinburgh Castle. First time having haggis and I loved it. 
11. Sir Walter Scott monument. Such gorgeous, intricate work. 
12St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh. The church of John Knox.

Stay tuned for more Instagram shots (as well as photographs from my camera)!

All text and All Images © 2015 Footprints in the Sand

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