My May through Instagram 

I haven’t done one of these posts in ages and I took some nice looking Instagram pictures in my so here is my May through Instagram 


There in a little bit of a random order but from the top left: 

1) I took a trip to Morley Hayes on the first of May, it’s such a cute place in the countryside. The food can be a little pricey but it is delicious! 

2) I bought some photo fairy lights which come with little pegs, so cute! 

3) Nice selfie of me enjoying what was left of the sunny weather we had last weak in Dovedale.

4) A nice picture of my smiling before I went to Meadowhall and spent all my money.

5) I absolutely love watching hot air balloons, I just find them so calming. Although I’m not too sure if I’d ever be brace enough to go in one.

6) Earlier on in the month I went to Ambergate and had a little peak around in some of the the old buildings there.

7) And here is Ted off running round in Shining Cliff, he absolutely loved it but got my car very muddy after. 

8) Here is me and Ted off exploring Back Rock, he wandered into the photo just as it was being taken because he’s such a show off. 

9) Another picture of me sat in a wood of bluebells. Please note no bluebells were harmed during his photo 

10) A nice little arty shot of me sat on Black Rock. It’s quite terrifying up there and very high 

Hope you like this post, bye for now 

Published by Jess

Hi and welcome to my blog. I graduated from uni a few years ago with a degree in journalism and I currently work full time in digital marketing. I have a passion for travel, photography and food!

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