Hey y’all, checking in for a minute. I’m doing a bit of traveling this week over spring break, but I’m stopping in to talk about Europe, because why not?
I have a bad habit of going on Pinterest and searching “Budapest” and “Prague” and all the cities Jordan and I will see this summer, and scrolling through pages of photos. It’s great and terrible for the same reason: it just makes me want to be there, exploring.
When I was in London last summer, I took pictures of anything and everything (especially St. Paul’s, coffee, and ducks). One of my favorite pictures I took throughout the entire trip was this:
I fell in love with the London skyline at night, and how could you not? It’s spectacular. And when I see pictures like this on Pinterest…
…noticing a pattern?
So when Jordan and I get there, and while we are out exploring and enjoying each city’s nightlife, one of my missions is to capture the nocturnal beauty in photos, just like my London picture. I just really like skyline-at-night shots, and I don’t want to rely on Pinterest for them. I want my own.
“Work stops at sunset. Darkness falls over the building site. The sky is filled with stars. ‘There is the blueprint,’ they say.”