Moors Valley and the City of Bristol

Today I have been sat in bed all day feeling ill and sorry for myself. So I took this opportunity to edit some photos that I took a while ago, but never got round to posting.

It has just been half term for me which means that I’ve had a few opportunity to get out and take photographs. I used the half term break as an opportunity to try out my mum’s new Nikon 1 camera, one I have been pining after for a good few years now. Photography is my passion and you’ll never see me without my camera, I take photos of everything and anything that catches my eye.

During the week we took a trip to a place called moors valley. This is an outdoor adventure park with play parks, play trails and a mini train, perfect for a family day out. The best part is that it’s free, you only have to pay for parking. Even if you don’t have kids they’re is still lots to do, such as cycle rides, beautiful woodland walks and high ropes. I went for my sisters 6th birthday and I know all the kids loved it, but so did us adults too.

Me and my boyfriend also took a trip down to the city of Bristol, to take a look around as this is where I will be attending university next year. Bristol is such a beautiful, amazing, quirky city. It’s a wonderful place, so if you ever get the chance to visit it I recommend you take up the offer. The place has so much too offer, great shops, great street art, and also the most amazing sweet potato chips that you will ever taste. Ever. If you ever get pay a visit to Bristol, definitely make sure you check out Pieminister. ( and their sweet potato chips while you are there, they are to die for. )

Here are some photographs from my half term break.

bristol street art 2 moors valley bench moors valley sign moors valley traffic light Moors valley train trackKisses – B


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