A couple of weeks ago, I went to London with my sisters to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum, before heading out for some lunch and a walk. Perhaps feeling inspired by the exhibition (even though some of the photographers on display were, depressingly, much, much younger than us – they have an award category for kids aged 10 and under, if you can believe that), we all got our cameras/phones out and took a few pictures as we went.
The Natural History Museum is one of my favourite buildings in London; it’s kind of spectacular, inside and out. From there, we walked up to Kensington Gardens, then on into Hyde Park and back down to Victoria to get our train home. It was a pretty overcast day, but that made for some good clouds, so I wasn’t complaining 😉