It feels like a my time in London was a life-time ago. But I still have a tonne of photos too good not to share! So let's just forget the whole "blogging as a great live medium" for a moment, shall we?
These photos were from a particularly lovely afternoon in October, where I had the pleasure of Nicole's company for a visit Viktor Wynd's Little Shop of Horrors. Nicole was so incredibly welcoming and showed me a bunch of her new favourite London haunts. This place was particularly impressive. It was a quintessential curiosity shop, with some of the most extraordinary specimens. You all know my great interest in taxidermy - this place really delivered! I might have walked out with half the store, if I hadn't had visions of Australian customs having a fit!
I wore my new fox-fur stole - Frederick. He is lovely and soft, and oh-so-sweet. I also enjoy the way he makes small children tug at the mother's hems when they catch a glimpse of his little lifeless paws hanging down my shoulders (tee hee). Nicole tacked a little alligator appliqué to her dress - making it perfect for our animal adventure. You can read her post on the place (if you haven't already!) here.