2010 in pictures

December 21st 2010

I apologise for a rather lazy and self-indulgent post to end the year, but it seemed fitting to do a photo wrap-up as I’ve really enjoyed taking loads of photos this year. It was nice to trawl through my Flickr and pick these favourites from each month – looking back, it’s been a pretty busy and fun year. I hope yours was good too – I’ll take this time to say thank you for reading my little blog; you’ve made it a joy and all worthwhile and I hope you all have a lovely holiday! See you next year x

Japanese cooking class
January: Japanese cooking class

Kinetica art fair
February: Kinetica Art Fair

Bristol station
March: a daytrip to Bristol

Taste of Bitter Love
April: coffee in Hackney

Pavement @ Brixton, 13 May
May: Pavement gig

Berlin - Michelberger hotel
June: a weekend in Berlin

Summer tacos
July: summery Mexican food

August: the Lassco salvage yard

Hoxton Hotel
September: London staycation

October: Barbican tour

First night
November: hello new house!

Yoni's new fave nap spot
December: getting settled in (and I couldn’t not include a cat photo!)

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Comments (5)

  • Old Cow

    December 22nd 2010 at 12:47 pm

    I have enjoyed this post and it is not self indulgent, it's a nice way to close the year, I think.

    I look forward to seeing more from you in 2011!

  • Lynne

    December 28th 2010 at 12:39 pm

    A very exciting year Katie – hope 2011 is as good!

  • mizhenka

    December 29th 2010 at 1:44 am

    This is a great collection of photographs! Wishing you all the best for 2011 x

  • EVWA

    January 3rd 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Great to have this visual diary of last year.

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