Friday, 22 March 2013

you want me to change








 Ah, the Moscow State Circus is in Leeds, as you can see from the tent and flags on the other side of the road. I'd really like to go but the tickets are quite expensive, and everyone else has left Leeds for Easter. I like to go to the pictures alone, but going to the circus is a completely different thing!








 I don't know if I've said anything about this, but I love the British architecture. In Finland wooden houses are a norm, and therefore I love all the magnificent stone houses and such. They're all so pompous and have great detail, pretty conservatories, bay windows and well-kept gardens. The house above is one of my favourtites on my route home, I love the lace curtains that are in every window!





Leather jacket - Auntie's old
Bag - Gift from Israel/Stolen off mama
Top&Shoes - New look
Cardi - Zara
Dungarees - Random shop in London
Hairbow - 2nd hand/Self-made (Dark hair+black bow=not that successful, though!)





This turned out to be quite a random post; circuses, architecture and spring. I love all the lil' spring flowers lifting their heads up from the ground. This day was coolish, and they weren't as open as I'd hoped. I'm glad I decided to take pictures yesterday though as today it's been snowing again. O spring where are you? Anyway, I braved to take pictures in front of this church (that also is on my way home). It's normally really busy and I'd never take photos when everyone's walking by. But it's Easter break which changes things a little. And I actually noticed that not that many people will stare at you taking photos of yourself, and most importantly that I don't care!

5 comments :

Corinne said...

Ha, it can be weird to take photos of self, it makes me feel awkward too.

What church is that?

I've never heard of this circus before! Pity you can't go!

Corinne x
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Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

Oooh look at those flowers, I'm so jealous!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I really would love to visit some of these places someday! I dream of visiting Europe :)

mochaccinoland said...

really cute dungaree! those flowers are beautiful <333

xoxo
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Laura said...

Corinne - i know, but it really shouldn't feel that awkward as so many people do it! i don't actually know the name of the church, doll, but it's on the way to headingley.. will have to investigate what church it is, haha! x

Krysten - haha, don't be, darling! we've got snow again now instead of flowers, ha:-) x

Optimistic Existentialist - you should, hen! europe's great as so many lovely countries are close by, i wish i travelled more! x

mochaccinoland - thank you so much, petal! xx