Walk no.3!

I walked & documented my journey once again.
The first one I vlogged, which can be seen on my YouTube channel here!
Also a super cute walk, but this time I took my DSLR Nikon and tried to get some 'pro' photos.
Or some photos for my new Photography project, meh either would do.
This is the turnout - 
Hope you enjoy! Thanks for reading :)

Saw this cute graffiti. The yorkshire Banksy?

This, just - wow. WOW.

Saltburn is super cute 

I haven't edited this photo at all, but come on, It's the hobbit door.
We all know and love the hobbit door.
The hobbit door needs no edit.

I tried to go all pro photographer on the glass, but the glass wasn't having it.
Great café though.
This lamp just had such a pretty design.
A fork.
I was actually focusing my camera and testing how good it is, but anyway - Here's a fork.

The viaduct I had to walk under on my journey.
My friend's lunch - I'm actually jealous and SO hungry as I'm writing this post - That's it I'm pausing for a second to get food, but obviously, you keep on reading ;) unless you're starving too.
Me and my friend started people watching, and I thought this photo was actually really cute.
I also love doing this style of edit onto photos.

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Tonight I feel like I went on a significant adventure. It was unplanned, and great.

My friend came over and we decided to walk to a nearby seaside town, which was roughly 3 miles away via a woodland track.

We started off our journey by just jumping a fence near my house, as it led directly to where we wanted to be, where-as the paths were big de-tour.
Me being 5"2, I'm not very good at climbing fences 😞.
I tried to get up once, fell back down, them tried again and actually got up, whilst bruising all of my arm and ripping my tights, great start.

Then we picked up another friend spontaneously along the way, and carried on trekking

A fair way into our journey, we came across a tree that had fallen down, we had to go through the bushes around it! 

Sorry about the horrifically blurry photo, I clearly forgot how to take a simple photo of a fallen tree. 

It was roughly 10.40pm by the time we made it to the seaside, and it was just beautiful.

After walking around for a while, we realised it was almost midnight and decided as the forest was rather creepy to walk through, we shall get a taxi back.

After phoning taxi companies for about 10 minutes, we finally got a taxi to drop us off near ish my house (obviously never at my actual house, duh). It was only £6.50! Very cheap for a taxi!

On the short walk back to my house we met this little guy, how cute.

Thanks for reading. :)
Also sorry if this post is a bit poo, I did it all on the mobile app, which let's face it, isn't the best!

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