Friday in Brighton.

My Friday was spent amongst the people of brighton. The large town is no stranger to me, as I have ventured through the crowds of the lanes many times. However, it has been a while since I have seen a beautiful sunset in England. We walked down to the beach just in time to get a perfect capture of the sun setting over the water and take a few cheeky selfies with the orange glow in the back. For a moment I forgot that I was shivering from the cold of England’s terrible weather and felt like I was back in Turkey, where there would be an incredible picture opportunity every night. My favourite part of Brighton has to be the lanes. The atmosphere all around them is electric and having so many vintage shops squeezed together is adorable. You can’t walk down a single lane without being drawn to something in a window or even the multiple stalls lined outside the shops. Buskers fill the streets with music, graffiti covers the walls, leaving you wondering how people can create such a thing. It’s honestly beautiful. You can buy just about anything in the name it, one of the shops is likely to have it. Going there with plans not to buy anything will fail, as you get drawn in by the guitar siting in the window or the gorgeous floral dress hanging by itself. As well as there being the lanes, the shopping centre also attracts many people with the big brand stores lined up. There’s such a variety of shops, something for everyone. Brighton consists of some of the best views in England as well as having the incredible shops and cafes to go a long with it. I can’t wait to be spending more time there over the next few years and get inspiration for writing..

~xo~millys IMG_0592

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