It’s been a while since our last post, but now we’re back! Although, fair warning, we won’t be posting as much in the near future, as time is a precious thing between university and work and maintaining a social life, this semester even more so than in the past.
Anyway, Pippin and I did a 2 week roadtrip through Scotland in September, and now that the photos have been processed and sorted, I thought I might share some of them here.
Frodo’s birthday was two weeks ago, and because the weather punched our original plan in the face, we decided to do something we haven’t done in ages: a photoshooting. Which is how Frodo, Pippin and I ended up looking up Lost Places in Berlin until we found the perfect one: an abandonned train station.
And because some of the pictures turned out not half bad, we decided to share them.
Pippin – whom you’ve seen in this post – and I went to one of the most beautiful cities on this planet: Venice, Italy. It was in March, so the weather was good enough, and the city was almost empty, which was amazing.
It took me a while to get down to doing this post, because I took wayyyy too many pictures and had to sort through them, and then I had to sit down and edit them so that they would fit into this post.
But now I finally have the time, so here we go!
No fantasy this week, I promise!
We got nominated by Lee from Tolkien Read Trough – thank you so much 🙂
– Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
– Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
– Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
– List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.
So let’s answer some questions:
We drove far, through mist and rain and snow and mountains. We drove through three countries, sang a lot of songs, and discussed a lot of things. And then we finally, finally reached it: Budapest.
T’was a long journey. But t’was worth it – read on for more details and more or less blurry/beautiful pictures.