Firstly, thank you for all of the lovely comments on my last post! I'm looking forward to having a lazy day soon and taking a look at all of your blogs and returning the favour :) I'm also only 4 followers away from 300, exciting! These are some more photographs from the weekend I spent having adventures with my boyfriend. This is quite a picture heavy post for me, a little nervous about posting it if I'm honest! But I had to post them, I just love how the colours have come out in the images. You really should have a look at my boyfriends Flickr, I know I'm biased, but I think his photos are stunning; he frames them so perfectly. We went out looking for places to explore so Craig could take some pictures, and we stumbled upon this incredible graffitied building on the way to Chester. I absolutely loved it and can't wait to go back to take some more photos. I'm doing a photography module this semester and I'm focusing it on graffiti and the idea of art and I'm really looking forward to cracking on with it! I bought this top from Primark a couple of weeks ago for £3! I was so pleased because I've been after one like it for ages. I'm wearing loads of jewellery in these photos, and this is pretty much the standard amount for me at the moment. I always wear different combinations of rings, but at the moment I absolutely love the three stoned one on my ring finger on the left had side. Also, I'm not sure if you can tell from the picture, but one of my rings used to be a fork! How 70's. I have such horrible fingers, my mum says I have babys hands but I think they look like old ladies, so no idea why I'd want to draw attention to them with my masses of rings! I'm also wearing earrings! I don't think I've posted pictures on here of me with earrings in, but I have so many pretty pairs at the moment (although I always wear odd ones) maybe I'll dedicate a post to them!
I was recently asked if I was religious as I wear a lot of necklaces and earrings which are crosses. It got me thinking about whether I'm disrespecting Christianity by wearing a cross because it is such a widely known symbol for that belief. I used to wear a set of rosary beads that I bought just because I loved them, but when a Catholic lady started talking to me about Catholicism (and I had to pretend I knew what she was on about!) I never wore them again! Personally, I wear my cross earrings and pendants because I love the shape. I don't feel that I'm disrespecting the religion or the symbolism of the cross because, at the end of the day, it's not like I'm wearing it next to a pentagram or anything. What do you think? Am I being disrespectful? I honestly don't know and I know that probably sounds ignorant, but that last thing I'd want to do is offend someones religion. And finally; Do you think graffiti is art?