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Monday, January 20, 2014

Holiday Series Stop 2: Bath City.

Some Panoramic shots I took - I love this, its such an effective camera feature!
This is called the Circle, the houses run round in a full circle which 
I tried to capture as well as I could in a panoramic shot, it looked ever so pretty surrounded by the autumnal leaves! 
Sorry for the delay on posting recently. 
Its all amounted to reasons of fatigue and a new busy routine commuting up to London and getting back into the swing of learning and having 'assignments' to do.
Its been a strange but exciting transition! 
However, with stress and excitement usually comes illness with me.. to top it all off I have now been struck with a bout of Gastroenteritis,
 I haven't felt this poop in a long long time and I'm sitting here now forcing myself to write this post as I am fully aware I haven't posted in over a week!
Before Christmas I went to Bath to visit the beautiful landscape and what it had to offer. 
My dad loves Bath as it was his old University town so knows the place well and was keen to show us around! 
As you may notice, a few of the above photos are from Urban Outfitters, 
you probably recognize the familiar funky store layout! 
I know these are not the most scenic of shots, however I find Urban Outfitters 
to be such a visually stimulating shop and I couldn't help but document some of their visual  merchandising in my post! 
You may notice Christmas gifts as well, (highlighting how late I am with these posts!)
An adorable little flower shop outside Milson Place.
 I couldn't help but take photos of this adorable setup!
I would definitely be a regular customer to this stall if I lived in Bath!
My trip wouldn't be complete without food pictures! There were some adorable little shops scattered around Bath selling homemade items that I couldn't resist sharing. 

#Bath Christmas Markets
I also wanted to share the pictures I took from the Bath Christmas Market as the stalls were utterly adorable! I'm sad I was on a spending ban at the time of this trip.. because there were so many things I wanted to buy from the home decor stalls.

I hope you enjoyed this post.


  1. Love this post!! That picture of the lights in Urban is so pretty. I'd love to visit Bath one day :) xxx

    Sarah Nunn | UK Style Blog

  2. I love bath, only been to it in passing but I would love to have a full day there soon. Your coat is gorgeous, the colour looks fab on you.
    I hope you feel better soon, kudos for writing this post while feeling so ill, dedication!! :)

    Georgie xx

    Life in Loafers

  3. Oh, I really love those panoramic pictures! They look so beautiful. Bath seems like another city I really should visit next time I visit England. I hope you're feeling better very soon!

    Sofie x
    Little green Sofie

  4. Such beautiful photos - Bath's a good model though, she's gorgeous!
    Hope you feel better soon.
    M x Life Outside London

  5. I've never been to bath but it looks so lovely :) Gisforgingers xx


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