Good morning, hello, I'm back and I have stuff to share. I hope you've all had a great weekend and, if you live in the UK, enjoyed the extra day off yesterday. I'm a bit late posting this week as I spent most of the weekend in Brighton and most of yesterday editing pictures.
Brighton is one of my favourite places in the UK, so when Alpro asked if I would be interested in spending the weekend there and take pics of some #MugShotMoments, I immediately agreed. It's by the sea, which is a big plus, and has pretty much everything I like (as long as I ignore the hen parties which seemed to be everywhere): small streets and passages to get lost in, art, quaint little shops, cafés, and a very relaxed feel. It is one of the places I could see myself living if I had enough of London and one where I've always felt very comfortable.
These are some of the images from my weekend. I have more to show you, but I really wanted to share these clichéd and touristy ones first. The ones you'd see if you walked around there for the first time. Some of them not necessarily where I'd choose to spend time (Brighton Pier anyone?), but which are nonetheless an important part of this city and its history.
Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post, however, opinions and photos are my own.