*My Favourite Holiday Photo

It’s no secret that I love both travel and photography. They’re both a huge focus of this blog, so when I was asked to work with Holiday Gems to show you my favourite holiday photo and talk about it of course I wanted in. The only problem is I couldn’t choose just one so I’ve gone for three (oops!)

Looking at the bell tower in Trinity College, Dublin

Trinity College was one of the places I really wanted to see when I went to Dublin. I spent ages in the heatwave taking photos and really loved the campus, it’s just beautiful and I’m envious of those who can study there. So full of history and character. This photo was taken by the girl I took with me, who sadly is no longer a friend-but it does remind me of a great weekend away.

Street art of a kingfisher on the side of a building

This photo is one I took in Glasgow, when I went for a drive one evening to explore further. I was hoping to come across some street art as it’s one of my favourite things to photograph, and I wasn’t disappointed. I’ll be writing a full post on Glasgow’s Street Art in the next week for you to see all of the photos I took. This bird on a branch next to a gorgeous multi-coloured sky just shows that sometimes exploring further, even when you’re shattered, can really be worth it.

A building with 'love me' graffiti on it, cutting into a canal in Amsterdam

Amsterdam was my first ever trip with other bloggers, and hopefully not my last. Whilst I didn’t see as much as I wanted, I did get to take some gorgeous photos of the many canals and this is one of my favourites-mainly because of the light and the graffifi. I’m going back to Amsterdam for the day on a mini cruise in a couple of weeks and I can’t wait, I’ll be bring home ALL THE FOOD.

Holiday Gems have lots of destinations to choose from (I’m fancying Egypt!) which you can check out on their destinations page.

What’s your favourite holiday photo?




1 Comment

  1. September 21, 2017 / 1:51 pm

    I would love to visit all of these places, especially Amsterdam. A blogger’s trip there sounds like it would have been brilliant x

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