The is the continuation of my photo tour of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour. I should say, “The Studio Tour Of Awesome.” I was already in complete bliss from the beginning of the tour, and I wasn’t even half done! This part contains my favorite set from the display… you know that I
I not only want, I really need to go back to London right now, just to go back to this! The is the continuation of part 1 of my photo tour of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour. I should say, “The Studio Tour Of Awesome.” I was in awe. I want to go
Here it is: The time when I lay it all bare! The reasons that I went to London on were: 1. Destination: Star Trek London (A convention that sounded cool, but was a let down). 2. The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio tour (Blew my mind!). 3. Sightseeing/Vacation/Recharge&Recovery from my relationship went bad. Today, I’m
After the changing of the guard, Miho and I headed on over to Covent Garden so that we could shop (all we bought was cupcakes, though!), and then to Abbey Road! Because how can you not? It is really hard to get good pictures of Abbey road with cars and people clogging it all up!
Miho and I finally did manage to see the Changing of the Guard the next morning! The one thing that stuck out for me, though, was the crowd. There were SO MANY PEOPLE. Not just people, but people shoving and pushing and putting kids on top of their heads right in front of me, lol.
Ohhhhhhh, Big Ben! Big Ben makes me think of Peter Pan. When I saw it for the first time, on Miho and my third day sightseeing, I was like, “OOOH, I FOUND LONDON, HERE IT IS!” I wonder how everyone else feels. ^^; According to our guidebooks, Big Ben is generally not open to the
I may not be a professional photographer (yet!), but I love to take photos. I’ve always loved to take photos, and sometimes when I get going, I sit at the computer and can edit them foreeeeeeeever. Forever and ever! When I was a kid, I used up rolls and rolls of film on a little