Photography Friday #32

Go to Amsterdam, you won't regret it. It's such a pretty city, I only wish I'd taken more pictures. With my camera being on the fritz and not focusing properly though, these are about all I got! I was also far to busy just looking at absolutely everything. So here's a little collection of the random photos I took while in Amsterdam.
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Adventures In :: Amsterdam - I AMSTERDAM

Soooo, I was planning on sharing these photos on Friday, but then Adam's older sister had her baby! So I was on babysitting duty for our up to then youngest niece since she had a high temperature and it probably wouldn't be a good idea to take a sick baby to meet the brand new baby. Then said sick baby got me sick so I was a sniffly mess all weekend. How's that for life lately? Since I don't have much to share other than that, here's some more Amsterdam pictures! 
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Adventures In :: Amsterdam - Street Art

Amsterdam is amazing. I'm sure if you know anyone who has been there, you've probably heard those words before. I had no idea how much I'd love this quirky city, but love it I did. The coolest thing was finding art in so many different forms and all over the city. The people of Amsterdam have made their city their own beautiful canvas. 
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Life Lately

Obligatory firework photos from last week, the good thing about Bonfire night being in the middle of the week is fireworks all week long! Because we live on a little bit of a hill, we could see firework displays for miles around from our second floor windows. Thus discovering we don't even need to leave the house to see the shows, win. 
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Photography Friday #31

{Orla Kiely, painted by Sarah Jane Richards}

While in London a couple weeks ago, we came across this painted bus statue. After looking into it we discovered that they were Routemaster sculptures celebrating the "Year of the Bus" 2014 celebrating a few bus milestones. It's been 60 years since the creation of the route master, 75 years since the RT-Type bus, and 100 years ago the first mass produced motor bus, the B-type Battle bus was used to transport soldiers during the First World War.  So of course we spent the next few days hunting them down.
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