I origionally published this on my old blog on New Year's Day, but I'd like to share it on here too, even if some of what is said doesn't make as much sense now. Anyway, the post:

1st January 2017

"At the beginning of each year most of us plan to undergo resolutions, making promises to ourselves which are usually forgotten as the year unfolds. We get wrapped up in the cocoon of life, forgetting our previous motives. This is why, this year, I have made the decision not to set resolutions in the form of goals, but to set one main aim, which I hope encompasses everything my usual resolutions would be aiming to achieve. I aim to be happy.

I feel like, that in the grand scheme of things, hapiness is something we are all attempting to achieve. Whether that be through the means of money, becoming healthier, or working harder. I am aware that the upcomng year is inevitably going to be a difficult year for me, therefore, I don’t know how achievable my aim will be, but I’m certainly going to try. As for you; I hope 2017 will be kind to you, I hope that you enjoy every second:

Happy New Year."


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Seeings as this is my very first post, I thought I’d share something that I love very much; just to give you an insight as to who I am, and what I enjoy. So; let’s talk about travelling.
Over the past few years I’ve been on several trips to several places. Some of the time I travelled with my school, however, more often than not I went with friends and family. I have created a small gallery to document my travels, a holiday amalgamation if you will.

This photo was taken in Bath, England. I remember the moment exactly. I had seen the carriage coming from across the street as I was waiting to cross the road. I had wanted to capture the carriage after it had turned competely, I feeling it would make a prettier photo. I still think that today; the composition isn’t quite right. However, as I was about to take the photo, the traffic lights changed and we had to cross the road. I quickly snapped this photo instead, and although it isn’t the exact image I was hoping for, it still serves as a great memory.

This next photo was taken in Barcelona, on a school trip, actually. We had climbed a winding staircase up the side of the Sagrada Familia, and to be honest I was a little scared for my life, not to mention my phone as I held it out the window. I’m not the most coordinated person and the heat wasn’t helping my cause. However, despite my worries I am still here today; trying my very hardest not to stub my toe on every piece of furniture in my path. (My phone also survived the trip.)

Lastly, this image was taken what seems like a milenium ago, but I love it nevertheless. From a young age I’ve always loved horses. So you can imagine my excitement when I discovered this little scenario unfolding infront of me. Luckily, my camera and I are never far apart, so I was able to grab a quick picture while it lasted.

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