For as long as I can remember, I have loved photography! I just adore picking up a camera and taking photos of everything. I suppose for the past five years, my photography skills have improved, as with my College and University courses, I have needed these skills as modules have been centered around images. Photography has become a passion of mine now.
As you’ll know I’ve been to a couple of motorsports races to take photographs. I have loved these opportunities and maybe one day it will become a day job for me. To continue my monthly feature on National Days, I thought it would be fitting to speak about National Camera Day. It’s pretty self-explanatory what National Camera Day is.
It’s about celebrating photography and of course, thinking about how we managed to capture memories using a camera. Because without Joseph Niépce, a French inventor, we would not having photography as he developed the Heliograph, a technique used to produce the world’s first known photograph in 1825. As I am moving in just over two weeks I thought it would be nice to capture my favourites places in Plymouth, just as a little momentum and to reflect on my hometown.
No more chatting, let’s begin! Here is just some of my favourites places in Plymouth.
I hope you enjoyed this post! With the nice weather recently, I was able to take some gorgeous photographs of Plymouth, that I’ll definitely treasure forever. I love it when the sky is exactly the colour as the sea. I’m not biased or anything but I feel that Plymouth is one of the most beautiful cities in England. I will definitely miss being this close to the sea, it’s pretty something special.