P.S. I had a really hard time choosing because I loved all her photos, but here are some of my favorites. There is just something about the movement and emotion in her photography that moves something in my heart! What I absolutely love about the first photos are their antique photo quality! The final photos I chose because they paint a picture of what makes a British gentleman, well, so British!
Love those old-fashioned looking little cars!
This photo has such a lovely, nostalgic quality - a place where there are no words, only a thousand emotions.
I love its movement and its innocence.
What was Natacha's sweet girl dreaming of as she followed this pigeon?
A side for the gentlemen, a side for the ladies!
I can't get over this!!!
Do people really respect this?
And what makes a British gentleman so, so British?
It's all the refined quality and polished detail!
And finally, one of my favorites!
I love the lighting and the Bokeh in this shot!
Thanks for sharing your fantastic photos, Natacha!
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Traveling to London from Lyon, France: a few tips...
Since Natacha lives close to the airport in Lyon, she can easily find flights for as cheap as 60€ (about $81) per person and the flight is just over an hour long. This time they flew into the Stansted airport and caught the Easy Bus to downtown London (about another hour).
Since Natacha travelled with her three children, they opted to stay at the Premier Inn in Putney Bridge, southwest of London. They paid 75£ (about $120 or 87€) per night for a spacious room with confortable beds (for five) and all you-can-eat breakfast. The Underground, which was right next to the hotel, would take them downtown in about 20-25 minutes. (There are Premier Inn's available downtown, but only smaller rooms are available.)
**The Eurostar is the option if you're leaving from Paris. Have any of you ever taken the Eurostar into England? How does it work, how much does it cost and how long does it take? And how do you like it?
Happy Tuesday to all!
-The Paris Busy Bee