I took a leisurely stroll from our apartment to our 'local' pub, normally this is about a 30 minute walk, but I was equipped with my old Canon AE-1, a free roll of film, a setting autumn sun and so decided to take my time.
Here we have Newcastle Terrace, a small park over looking The Park (the rich gated community we live just on the outskirts of).
I then met Henry the Cat just behind the police station. He was very friendly and stout and he had a hard time standing still to be photographed as he perfered being petted.
But then someone else became jealous and wanted their picture taken as well. How could I say no?
Regrettably it was time to leave my new feline friends and continue on my journey.
This is Derby road, full of student housing and one of our other favorite bars, Scruffy's.
Here we have Lenton Rd. and the area known as Lenton. Also many student homes.
Some shops on Lenton Rd. There's a dodgy sushi place here that I'm getting desperate enough to try soon. I am having a hard time dealing with sashimi withdrawl. No one likes to see the raw fish shakes in a girl as young and vibrant as myself. It's not pretty.
Here is a squirrel eating a piece of bread larger than his own head. He did not like having his photo taken.
This is in front of Lenton Manor, home of the hungry squirrel.
And I have now reached my destination: Our Local pub, the Johnson Arms
One of our favourite bartenders, showing off his mad skillz
Here are Colin and Stephane waiting for our taxi to take us home.
And here we are, full circle, just in front of the Newcastle Terrace where I had started my photo journey. A little slice of my life in Nottingham.