St Andrews photodiary

St Andrews photodiary

Hello!

Sunlight and blue skies herald a turning point in my productivity and this morning has been an utterly productive one.I had loads on my plate and I am pleased to say that I ticked off everything on my list and even managed to squeeze sometime to write this post. Talking about TOP productivity levels, right here!St Andrews photodiaryLast Friday, I found myself in St Andrews for work and as I had the new Olympus E-M10 Mark II in my hands, I decided to go on a photo-tour, never an opportunity to be missed! I am working with Olympus at the moment on an exciting project that allows me to try their new cameras and I am super excited to take such great pieces of equipment anywhere with me and document life in Scotland through my photography.St Andrews photodiarySt Andrews photodiaryThis was my second time in St Andrews – the place where Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton met during their studies at the University back in the late 2000’s. After I finished my work, I found myself walking around the Geography Department buildings wondering how the other students would have perceived having a Prince studying among them. And as I’d see more and more students pulling out of the classes, the more my imagination went wild.  Being one of the oldest Scottish Universities, no wonder St Andrews attracted members of the Royal family and thousands of British and International students.

I spent my day wandering around the campus followed by a walk through the town’s main streets before embarking on a coffee date and then off to the train station to catch my train to Aberdeen.

But without further ado, here St Andrews through my lens:St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiarySt Andrews photodiary St Andrews photodiarySt Andrews photodiary

Have you ever been to St Andrews before?

Anastasia

 

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Anastasia is a Greek in Scotland via England! She’s passionate about life in Aberdeen, exploring new places and petting dogs. When not working she runs Natbee’s and enjoys countryside walks with her puppy Cruz.

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2 Comments

  1. April 11, 2019 / 6:05 am

    Oh wow it looks so beautiful! How blue was the sky!!! I’d love to go one day, it looks like the loviest place for a potter!

    • Anastasia
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      April 26, 2019 / 4:14 pm

      Thank you Chloe! The blue sky and sea are definitely some of the things I missed all these years living aborad. Funny how I used to take these things for granted and now I’d do anything to have them once again. Needless to say how crazy I go once the sky is blue in Aberdeen, hehe xx

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