It feels like just yesterday I was landing in Heathrow, excited to see all that summer had to offer, including what adventures Dad and I would get into, and how many pictures we would take. As I board the plane for the twelve-hour flight home, I cannot believe how truly wonderful my summer was. My dad and I had an absolute blast, even if we were just having a pint at the pub, and there are so many pictures I simply didn’t get around to posting, so when I’m missing England, I’ll reminisce… But for now, here are my favorite photos of a busy summer.
Surviving the rain the English way: with a Pimm’s cup.
Photo taken by my dad and mentor, Dennis Narlock
Dad and I before the walk, decked out in boppers and glow-sticks!
The photo of this Moorhen, with his brilliant blue-black feathers, is courtesy of my father and mentor, Dennis Narlock.
Photo taken by the one and only, Ross.
Thank you, Dad, for not only supporting me for 21 years, but also for giving me an opportunity most kids only dream of. “Thank you” seems too small to let you know how sincerely I appreciate this, but for now it will have to suffice. I will cherish these memories forever.
Cheers, England. Until next time. Xx.
P.S.: The tags at the bottom of this post link to other blog posts from this summer. There are quite a few, but if you are interested in seeing the original posts, feel free to click around and explore!