6 March 2015

Friday figments and photos

Of all the posts I write, the Friday figments and photos has to be my favourite. I've gone from blogging omnipotently unable to venture anything personally, to reminiscing each week, immortalising a collection of small memories that won't mean anything to anybody else. And I'm ok with that (heck, I had to remove the qualifying 'pretty ok' even then. There is still room for improvement).

Picadilly Circus by rainfall Friday figments and photos

I also need to work on quirky creative twists (that other people probably don't even notice), slightly off the wall images, embracing inspiration from fellow bloggers, terribly random jokes, a few decent photos, not blogging at the dinner/tea table, actually editing. These are my new resolutions.

Sketch Afternoon Tea Friday figments and photos

Liberty's Afternoon Tea Friday figments and photos

This week was delicious. An infamous tea at Sketch, looping through Liberty's, embracing the sunshine, celebrating milestones, a cheeky visit to Picadilly Circus and tea under a neo-Byzantine ceiling.

Spring Sunshine Friday figments and photos Adventures of a London Kiw

Spring sunshine Friday figments and photos Adventures of a London Kiw

Make every moment count, no matter how big or small. Make every day extra-ordinary.

Picadilly Circus Friday figments and photos Adventures of a London Kiw

The Criterion  Friday figments and photos Adventures of a London Kiw 

Here's to a lovely weekend everyone!


  1. Looks like a great week! Any week with Tattinger and afternoon tea is in my opinion anyway!

    Have a great weekend!

    Lauren xx

  2. I hope you ALWAYS blog with Tatting by your side! x

  3. I love the staircase photo
    Lots of love,
    SilverSpoon London

  4. It was the beautiful Liberty's staircase - it is just so gorgeous!

  5. You are utterly correct! Bubbles & cake - winner!

  6. where is the ceiling in that last photo? it's amazing!

  7. Lisa and Stella26 March 2015 at 21:15

    Wonderful week; wonderful photos :)


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