Thursday, 9 February 2017

Instagram Diary 02

I was planning on getting this posted on Sunday (my usual posting day) but I didn't quite have time to finish it off as I spent the weekend visiting a friend in the Lake District - post coming soon. Here's some of the photos I've posted to Instagram lately, you can find more on my profile here.

Back to adding some more wildlife photography to my Instagram here are some winter photos of (left) a Robin in the Lake District from a while ago and (right) a Great Tit in the woods close to my home. The cacti in the centre are starting to grow at last and they look so pretty.

My most worn nail polish through January had to be this purple shade by Maybelline, it's such a great autumn/winter shade. These boots from London Rebel (asos) are amazing, I love getting new shoes and they're surprisingly easier to walk in than I imagined. I love sunsets and the way the sky changes colour, it's so lovely to watch.

When in B&Q I have to go and check out the plant section and once I thought this cactus looked like Mickey Mouse there was no way I could leave it there. A photo of a Dunnock which aren't that easy to photograph, they move so quickly. My monthly favourites for January, you can read more about those here.

 I've seen a lot about the PS (Primark) false nails lately so I bought some to try, although I've not tried them out just yet. A pretty starling posing out in the garden last week, And a throwback photo to strolling around London last year, this was taken in Neal's Yard in Covent Garden.

These three photos were taken this last weekend when I visited the Lake District (post coming soon). The first photo was taken at the top of Gummer's How (I was very worn out by the time I reached the top). The second was taken at the Lakes Aquarium which I thought was cute as I managed to capture what looks like the cast of Finding Nemo/Dory. And finally my latest snap is of Postman Pat's post office in Kendal. It's no longer a post office but it was still a cute little feature to see and read about where the author got some of his inspiration for the tv series from.

Hope you enjoyed this post.


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