Most cities have an iconic shot which makes them instantly recognisable. For Cambridge, Kings College Chapel is the image that makes our city recognisable all around the world. Such a famous, iconic, beautiful sight for our city and what a joy is it to photograph. However, there are plenty of other incredible photo opportunities not to be missed. To help you take the best shots of our lovely city, we’ve highlighted some of our favourite spots to photograph in Cambridge. Most of these places are free to visit, so take as many photos as you want and visit them more than once. We would love to see your photos, please tag us when posting on your social media!
With 2020 slowly coming to an end, it is time to look forward to the new opportunities that 2021 will bring. It is time to say goodbye to 2020 and be hopeful 2021 a better one globally On a personal level Planning, a New Year's Resolutions list is a great way to reflect on the year gone by and how you can make improvements to your life or those around you As a small independent business, 2020 hit us hard with forced closures, adapting to become COVID secure and daily uncertainty like never before. However, we are still glad to have made the most out of what this year had to offer.
As the festive season arrives, so do our favourite Christmas traditions. Such as putting up the Christmas tree, wrapping presents, baking with the family and decorating gingerbread houses. However, one of our favourite Christmas traditions is joyful carols, these old traditional songs have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. Firstly, these lovely carols were sung as a celebration of Christ's birth. Today they are often heard at churches or around the neighbourhood, noting that many choirs sing purely for charity.
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What a year it has been... However, not everything has been bad news, and these are the things that we should be cheering for! This could include the positive moments that have happened within our families or celebrations that have occurred, but also to all those things that have happened around us. For example, all the new independent businesses that have managed to still make their way into Cambridge this year.
Who says that there aren't sunny days in November? In fact, this year, we have experienced some beautiful sunny days. And the best part of it, is the sunset at the end of the day, especially if there is a clear sky. Watching the sunset in Cambridge is something quite unique. Although the days are getting shorter, with the approach of the Winter, the sunsets have been splendid. So look no further! We have complied some of our favourite spots to see the sunset in Cambridge!
In light of our previous blog post, where we detail the history of female education within the University of Cambridge. We've decided to visit the Heong Gallery at Downing College. Due to its' current exhibition of Quentin Blake '40 Women for Downing'. This exhibition is a celebration of the 40 years that females have been academically enrolled in to study at Downing College.
Our vibrant city has long been a home for the most extraordinary independent and local businesses. These have shaped the soul of our city ever since. Unfortunately, the year 2020 has been unprecedented and presented many local independent businesses with challenges and hardship.
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The picturesque city of Cambridge hits its best around autumn. [...]
The picturesque city of Cambridge hits its best around autumn. Painting nature with multiple shades of orange and brown, matching the historical architecture. The city gets quieter and everyone seems happier to find time to thoroughly enjoy being in Cambridge.