There's not much you can do about this time of year. That bit before holiday relaxation, when the piles of papers and books and empty Quavers packets get so tall that it starts getting tricky to see beyond your computer screen. For some of us, there's the promise of setting off for a week in the sun or on the slopes or in a city peppered with Christmas lights. For the rest of us, we can look forward to spending time with family, or conquering one of many things that we let get on top of us, or just welcoming in the new year with friends. With all that ahead, these couple of weeks can drag on. It's times like these that we can take a glance back at the awesome things we did this year and remember just how much fun we've had.
I've been doing this a lot recently - trawling through old photos, stalking myself on Facebook back through my photos to the beginning of the summer (oh shut up, you've all done it). It was during one of these excavations that I remembered just how few of my pictures from my summer trips I actually shared. And what is an experience if it isn't shared?
You might have already seen some of my Prague pictures, but I took about 1000 pictures in 2 days and there's no such thing as too many so here are a few more of my favourites.
|There's nothing like an acrobatic striptease on a summer evening|
|Making friends from behind the lens|
|Another new friendship|
|Serenading his girlfriend over Skype|
|In a spooky medieval dungeon themed bar|
|On the shoulders of giants|
|A quick reminder|
|Very much in love|
|Some old friends catching up on the news of the day|