Sunset in Bath
Last week I spend a few days in England, just a bit of relaxation and fun. So, there will be a wee break from the travels through Scotland last summer and a little bit of English winter.
My flight left a very cold and frosty Vienna and actually arrived early in Heathrow, a quite new experience! I continued by bus to Bath and just enjoyed being driven through the lovely landscape – England greeted me with sunshine and blue sky!
The first task of the day was a photo shoot for Natasha who chose Bath as the backdrop for her wintery dream images. And what a backdrop the city provided, such a gorgeous sunset and magical winter light!
Hair and makeup were provided by Louise Jane Makeup Artist.
Dress by Irina Hofer
The Circus, Latin for “circular”, is an iconic building in the city of Bath, in Somerset, in England, consisting of three curved segments of Grade I listed townhouses arranged in a circular shape. Originally known as The King’s Circus, this 18th century landmark was designed by architect John Wood, the Elder, although he never lived to see his plans turned into reality as he died less than three months after the first stone was laid in 1754. His son, John Wood the Younger, completed the building in 1768. (Amusingplanet.com)
The first signs of spring were all around, from snowdrops to these little ones.
I´ve already visited Bath once a couple of years ago, but back then I mainly was looking for Jane Austen’s footsteps, so I couldn´t wait to explore the city more in the next day!