The Shiny one
The rainy one
Back to the third months in Brighton, I hadn't seen any sunshine by the time, but I was already in love with it. This town, called London's Back Garden, is not just an appurtenant, it's not just the seaside and some colorful little houses, it can be more artistic than London. Today's comparison of the Vintage market, London brick lane I like very much, but every Sunday there is a stall, even the general open underground retro market, the actual sale of antiquities are no longer real. If you're in Brighton, the lane's entire store has niche designer merchandise; The main thing is a two-story, real retro market that opens seven days a week with old books, used records, cameras, and all sorts of unexpected things. Of course, there is not as much food as London snack street, but the choice of shops is very artistic, organic coffee shop, vegan self-help is love, of course, not forget the diversity of small international restaurants. Bookstores and thrift stores are just a few steps away, with record stores and sometimes bands playing inside. The weather has warmed up the literary youth. From May to July, there will be different festivals, Art shows, and vegetarian festivals (where vegetarians are not religious, but mostly influenced by the hippie culture of the 70s and 80s). I talked to some local youths in Brighton who said they liked it here, but not everyone could stay. Because the price of one hour from London is affected by London, many people live here and go to work in London.
I can't believe how many landscape photos I've shot since I am in England. Ashdown forest, another breathtaking woods near London. I thought I wouldn't be surprised by how fabulous is the Countryside after four months living in England. But it still a big wow for me as soon as I walked into Ashdown Forest. We had two hours briefly walk under the sunshine, I've pressed the shutter hundred times.