Day Trip to York

A few weeks ago I got the train to York for the day to shoot with the lovely Frances from Imogen & James. This was our 3rd shoot together and I think it was my favourite yet. Our first was in Winchester where she used to live before finishing uni and the second was in Cambridge, which is one of my favourite cities in the UK.

I had never visited York before and was excited to see the city first hand with my camera. Whilst we did whistle stop trip across the main city shooting for the day I definitely know I’d like to return to York for a long weekend with Ollie and explore more of the city and make a trip to Betty’s for tea. There was a very long queue when we walked past, which had me double take, but us Brits really do love our tea and cake. I haven’t made enough of an effort to explore more of what this beautiful country has to offer. I definitely want to change that and get planning long weekends and road trips around Great Britain in the coming months. Well maybe once the colder weather’s on its way out and spring’s in bloom.

We had our very own tea and cake over-looking the beautiful cathedral whilst catching up before starting our shoot. The blogosphere is an extremely saturated market and I love seeing people succeeding and sharing their unique and creative ideas with their followers. Working with Frances reminds me why I started my blog 5 years ago and how important it is to stay true to why I started my blog and what I’m writing and doing it for. I really enjoy reading and looking through Frances’ blog, her articles are interesting and informative and her imagery is wonderful; totally not based on the photos I’ve shot with her, as there’s lot of other photos for you to have a look through too. I think you’ll agree that it’s so important to support and promote one another within this industry. Go and check out and give her some love. I hope you all like these photos from our shoot in York. Have you ever been to York before? I’d love your tips on where I should go on my next visit.

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