Whitby 2013

Colour Digital Photography

Last Year me and Al went to Whitby so we could start being anchors and stop being wankers (we got anchor tattoo’s). We found being back home after travelling difficult, before you go travelling and especially during there is so much advice but no-one tells you what happens when you’re back home. For months I thought I was watching someone else’s life unfold and it took me awhile to get it together, I’m still trying to put the pieces together.

When we were out with our sony cybershot digital I spotted some photo’s I had to take, so here they are;

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The dog never took its eyes of the door waiting for their owner to come back.

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To be truthful, I was originally creeped out because of the puppet but the guy was so happy and lovely, very unique and talented.

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Whitby is one of those places you have to go to, I enjoyed climbing the many stairs to the abbey and seeing the view, the surroundings of the town was gothic embodiment, it was a beautiful place to get lost in the fascination and its filled with vampire inspired cheese that you can’t help but want to get involved which makes you feel like a kid again, me and Al went in a Haunted House, a self guided one and we were on edge, at one point Al was dragging me round.

Our ‘random-why not’ Sailor Jerry inspired tattoo’s we got were the icing on the cake.

Stunning place in Yorkshire.

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Black & White Photography, Colour Photography, Travelling

 

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Los Angeles. 2011. Kodak Theatre.

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Bolton Town Centre. 2011.

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Costa Coffee. Bolton Town Centre. 2011.

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Bolton Town Centre. 2011.

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Bolton Town Centre. 2011.

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Venice Beach, LA. 2011.

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Manchester. 2011.

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Bolton Town Centre. 2011.

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Fiji. 2011.

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Venice Beach. 2011.

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Los Angeles Bus Stop. 2011.

On this day me and Al were heading into Gay LA, so many buses to get on and off, they don’t seem to do a direct route like they do in England.

Thankyou for joining me for the first instalment.

I hope you’ve enjoyed hopping from one place to another and then back 🙂

I miss the excitement of seeing new surroundings and people. Looking back at my older films you can tell I was getting bored but travelling made everything fresh and got the creativity flowing.