Today I went on a completely off the cuff, spontaneous #microadventure (what's that? See link in bio)
I saw one of those brown point of interest signs on my commute home and thought lets see what I'll find....
Presenting Maldon Quay 😍and its only 20mins from my house! So gorgeous 😍 I got to watch the sun go down. The rest of my evenings this week may be spent here. I hope that encourages you to take a unplanned afterwork microadventure!
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Hi. Another day of fantastic weather, and we’re still four weeks from summer! 😲☀️
Thanks to @andywelsher for this cracking photo of Great Pulteney Street! Love the light and the edit, Andy! 👌🏼
Thanks all for continuing to tag #igersBath. We’ll have Instameet news next week! 🤓
Shared by @antimitch! 🤙🏼
I didn't know what I was going to post today, or if I should post at all. It seems odd just posting a picture of Britain, almost disrespectful, I'm not too sure. I don't think I've ever been so upset by an attack. I know all lives are equal but it seems more disturbing when you see the faces of children and teenagers pop up on the news because they have been murdered for no reason what so ever other than one horrible mans ridiculous and evil agenda.
I'm not sure who took these photos but all credit goes to the owners. If anyone knows who took them please let me know so I can give appropriate credit.
These images show the solidarity of the people of Manchester, from all different background, religions, and walks of life. The British are pretty good at coming together and not letting the evil divide them 🇬🇧❤️
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What is it that you love about Britain? Is it one thing... a sight, a sense? A special place? Such as Big Ben... The beautiful lochs in Scotland... Castles in Wales... the mountains in the Lake District. The latter is my favourite to escape the worries and stresses of the world... along with traditional places like this in Dorset, England. Old thatched cottages, ancient buildings with thousands of years of history, cobbled streets, views of the English countryside and the good nature of those around us. During these days of worry after the terrible Manchester bombing, it would be too easy to give into hate. That's not to say we are ignorant to the issues in society with those with extreme views. But love beats all and if we join together, as so many people did last night in Manchester, things CAN change. Have a look at our story to see the thousands of people expressing their desire for love and peace in Albert Square last night. We all read about the Sikh temples in Manchester offering shelter and food to those affected..people driving from Wales and Liverpool to help people home...Hotels and B&Bs opening their doors to all....and even the homeless man who rushed over to help the injured children. So tell me.. What is it you love about Britain? What makes you smile, your heart sing.. what makes you happy whenever you're there? Thanks to all the messages and comments. Sending love to you all from the North of England ❤️ Beautiful shot by @georgetheexplorer 🇬🇧
Hello Londoners! Have you had a chance to check out #BelgraviaInBloom yet during these sunny days? We really can't get enough of the beautiful flower installations that have completely taken over this area! These will be up until May 27th and they are open to public, so no excuse really! 🌸💕 #PeggyPorschen#EburySt#prettylittlelondon#ad