At the beginning of the month I was walking home on Kings Road when I saw people gathering at front of Saatchi Gallery. I knew there was an exhibition about to open so I stopped to check what was going on. Apparently Rolling Stones were coming and band’s fans came to say hello.
This is The thing in London – to meet somebody famous. I’m sure I’ve met already somebody, I just never recognize them. Anyway, I don’t really care about it that much (I only want to meet Hugh Grant and Jude Law in London haha) I had relatively free evening that day so I stayed. To make a long story short, now I can tick the box in some imaginary list of things I have to do until I’m X years old – ‘To have a selfie with Mick Jagger’. By the way, the exhibition is on till 4th of September, if you are interested.
But I’ve shifted away from the most important moment of April – Launch of my very own London Photo Guide. I still can’t believe I realized an idea I got about 7 months ago into a real 47 page ebook. I’d been running around the city taking final shots like crazy, and interesting fact that my guide helped me to learn more about London. I really hope you find it useful and it will motivate you to explore the city more.
Originally I wanted to include 35 locations of where to take a photo of London, but it grew to 65 over 7 categories. I’ve also included different maps to make it super easy to navigate in the city. I think I will just leave a link to London Photo guide here, because I can spend hours talking about it.
And right now it’s the perfect time to be in London, trees are blooming like crazy! It’s incredibly beautiful and, seriously, makes you feel like in a fairy tale.
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