Southampton Blizzard

After I made it in to university this morning, my course mate and I decided it would be a good idea to rent out a Canon 550D camera and walk around Southampton capturing the ‘Beast from the East’ that had decided to settle around the city.

I had captured these photographs at around midday where you can still see the ground poking its way through the snow, however, if I was to have taken these a few hours later, there would be no path left.

I enjoyed watching the centimetres of snow gradually increase from the comfort of my house after taking these photos.

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Day Out to Salisbury

Living in Southampton for university means I am not far from many places that offer entertainment for the day.

Salisbury was the place I visited today as it was only 20 minutes on the train. I had a walk around the city and its surrounding towns and stumbled upon some spectacular views.

Exploring Guildford

As part of my university course, I am required to complete a minimum of 100 hours of work experience during my three years at Solent. Luckily, my uncle was able to set me a photography task from his company that would count towards my work experience profile.

The task involved me walking around Guildford for the day and photographing well renowned areas of the city, such as the cathedral, sports park, high street, as well as general day to day areas such as the train station, park benches and rows of houses.

Below are my favourite photographs captured using my Nikon D3300.

Trevaskis Farm

Every two years my family and I take a holiday down to Cornwall for a week during Easter. It is my top choice place to visit and the scenery never ceases to amaze me.

Trevaskis Farm is a beloved part of our bi-anual trips down to Cornwall. I have so many wonderful memories from this place and the site captures my attention every time, whether that be from the food served, the produce sold in their farm shop or the animals you can walk around and say hello to.

Tintagel Castle

Every two years my family and I take a holiday down to Cornwall for a week during Easter. It is my top choice to visit and the scenery never ceases to amaze me.

We had not explored the ruins of Tintagel Castle despite our many visits to Cornwall so this year we decided we would spend the day wandering around the historical site. Tintagel Castle is famous for being home to the legend of King Arthur.