February, 2018. When my parents came to visit me on exchange, we decided to take a Cotswolds tour. It was damp, cold, and rainy, which was probably the atmosphere to take it in, but I think I lost feeling in my toes on one of the walks.
March, 2018. Random Barca snap. I love going through old photos and finding shots I didn’t really think much of.
May, 2019. Lagos architecture was so simple but so striking. I swear there’s something about the sky in Portugal that’s just on a different level from the rest of the world.
May, 2019. The first day my friends and I got to Positano was exhausting. We had a 6am flight we took from Nice in about two hours of sleep. It was rainy when we pulled into our hostel, so we planned to nap and regain some energy. But it slowly got sunnier and a few of us decided to power through and venture outside. This was from that first day of total awe.
May, 2019. Quite the waterfall. This photo does not do the number of tourists at Plitvice justice- so many humans. Views like this were worth it though.
May, 2019. No place like Rome.
January, 2018. View from Notre Dame, which I’m incredibly happy we got to take in.
May, 2018. First day in Toronto last summer.
March, 2018. First day in Lisbon. I think I had about 2 hours of sleep before a 6am flight, but we hit the ground running and popped into a church. This was the view from the top.
March, 2018. I loved going on walks in Bath (exchange semester 2018) and exploring the paths and gardens. It sounds almost cliche of a semester in the British countryside, but I loved it. This was golden hour on an attempted run turned photo shoot.
April, 2018. I have always loved photography. From taking my parents camera and snapping shots of everything and anything when I was little to exploring the medium in high school art classes, I’ve always found something special about being able to capture- and keep- a moment. I love that our phones can help us do that so quickly and so easily today, but it’s led to a camera roll of memories I rarely look back on. Throughout the past three years, I’ve traveled, lived in different cities, and stayed put too. This is a compilation of the photos I want to look back on to get them out of my camera roll and back into the world.