Spring in England

Jodi Ettenberg Legal nomads

This is a Hipmunk post from Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads.

What better time to visit England than in the spring? With trees budding and green grass and – finally! – some sun, it’s a perfect chance to explore what the country has to offer, without the cold. Some photos from recent days in Brighton, London and the Cotswolds.

-Jodi

Postman's Park London by @legalnomads

Postman’s Park in London

 

Waiting for the train in London, by @legalnomads

Waiting for the train in London.

City Road, London by @legalnomads

City Road in London

Cheltenham, England

Cheltenham

Cheltenham, England, by @legalnomads

Cheltenham on a spring day.

Clear skies in Brighton

Clear Skies in Brighton

England & Scotland in Photos

This is a Hipmunk post from Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads

After months of travel through Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, I spent the last few months in England with my brother and his friends. It was great to relax and enjoy the holidays with family, but it also gave a perspective of the country that I didn’t have before. There’s something offputting about returning to a comfortable place after being abroad, but it is also wonderful to see it in a different light.

Here are some photos from my winter months in the UK.

English countryside by train:

Gloucester, shot through a pinhole:

Zizzi’s restaurant in black & white:

Burger of Champions:

London graffiti:

London Eye & the Thames at night:

Tilt-shift Cheltenham:

Sunset over the Cotswolds:

Walking through Lanercost Priory:

View of Edinburgh from Arthur’s Seat:

Downtown Edinburgh, as seen from the castle:

Sheep on the drive back to England:

And of course, Hadrian’s wall:

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