"You have to leave the city of your comfort
and go into the wilderness of your intuition.
What you'll discover will be wonderful.
What you'll discover is yourself."
I think most my days have been feeling rather endless recently... probably because of the whole sickness thing I was suffering through last weekend - but I spent the majority of my week looking forward to my four day weekend that I was going to have. Keyword: going. If you keep up with the blog quite regularly, you'll remember the 'statue' shoot that was put on hold for a bit - yeah well, that's entirely back on for tomorrow. So I'll have a very interesting post up about that when it's all said and done for everyone!
Thursday couldn't have treated me better though. I had a casting this morning which I gladly walked to, because it was close and there was actually sun shining on the streets of London. That's simply a sight no one should miss for any reason. On my way back I stopped by a little market close to my apartment where I buy all my local sellers fruits and veggies! Georgia and I have one stall we visit almost daily that's run by a cute little woman who sells us heaps and heaps of kale (almost two pounds worth) for only a little over a dollar. We're going mad with kale recipes at the moment, but I'm sure that will pass with time and dwindling appetites for the same food over and over again. I had a shoot the rest of the afternoon for some edgy head shots. Hopefully the pictures won't take long to finish since they aren't too detailed - then I'll post them for everyone to see as soon as I have them!
Where we're shooting tomorrow is where the famous Platform 9 3/4 is located, complete with a cart pushed half way into the wall to attempt your travel to Hogwart's! Even though I only made it through five minutes of the first Harry Potter movie series, I think the weight is on my shoulder's to go and see the attraction for all my nerdy friends back home. And take a picture of my attempt!
image: a behind the scenes from the vintage inspired shoot shot last week (how I discovered the small market mentioned about).