C: Studies Continue

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So my revision continues to dominate my life. It’s ok though because been planning some fun things for next week as well. Above is a picture taken on my phone through the microscope of some frog embryos we looked at during a cell and development practical from a while ago.

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C: For The Moment

49For the moment my life is studying DNA and Cellular composition. The work I have to get through is quite a lot and I’m not really getting it done. Thought by sharing this beautiful picture of a gel electrophoresis graph. (If that’s what it is) would help motivate me. 

S: City On The Beach

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I’m now back from my recent trip back to home number 1 in Limassol meaning I have a stable enough internet connection to upload the photos I got to take while I was out there. I have to say taking photographs in Spring was so much easier than summer.The odd cloud or so gave my camera some time to sort out the light intake.I got to make good use of my polarizing filter due to some beautiful blue skies.

It’s currently 0 degrees in London and the trees are leafless outside but I guess that should be changing pretty soon. Need to think optimistically. Enjoy the photos, more to come soon.

IMG_9182The Sea turns this turquoise blue in Spring here due to the uplifting of the sand .5 (2)Still haven’t figured how to make use of the rental bikesIMG_9191The little cafe just behind this stretch of beach do the best cheeseburgersIMG_9170 IMG_9079This pier is the perfect spot for getting distance shots of the cityLn-Lm.com

C: I’m Back Home!

IMG_8823In case you haven’t noticed I’m back home in Limassol for the next couple of days. If you’re here too you’ll probably catch me on my daily walks/jogs by the beach front and in the old town taking photographs around 2-5pm.

So far I’ve seen the new works on the seaside park and I have to say I’m impressed. It doesn’t have that rustic charm anymore but I guess you could say the rest of Limassol town makes up for the lack of ‘rust’ by the beach. The weather is a little different to the extreme heat waves I’m used to experiencing but days are an equivalent to British Summer, probably hotter.

Anyway keep a lookout for new photographs which will be up soon. Here are some teasers.

(Please do not use these without linking back as some websites have been doing)

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C: Out Sometimes

582492_10151314039176439_1453456911_nHappy Birthday to Amy and Serena, I had a great time out!

(Although Serena looks like a LadyBoy murderer in this photograph,)

(Photograph Credit: https://www.facebook.com/Jamestphoto)

 

C: Food whoring done correctly

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Why, how and when do people ever say no to food? International food market was a nice treat a few weeks back here in York and as my mother would say ‘The only thing you shouldn’t feel guilty about spending money on is food.’ I take that saying quite to heart and let myself go. I had tried the Moroccan food before and it was brilliant yet I didn’t want to play it safe a second time round.

I tried a Kangaroo burger, which I have to say I was slightly disappointed with. My Paella which was for seconds was a real surprise and in a different league to any of the ones I’d tried when I was in Tenerife last summer. Of course I have my flatmates (Michelle to the right) baking goods weekly. All this and I still feel famished all the time. Foods ranged from British to Caribbean and was a feast for the eyes even if your pockets were empty. I’m glad I didn’t have any more money on me because I may have proceeded to buy as much of the market as I could afford.

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IMG_7890Chinese – Standard at any food market

IMG_7850Bread – Also standard

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IMG_7874PastriesIMG_7861Indian Street FoodIMG_7852Pies, Pies and more PiesIMG_7873Muffins galore
IMG_7903Cupcakes galore….IMG_7920My mouthwatering second course of Paella
IMG_7915Something made with coconut? Smelt amazing

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