It’s been a long while since I posted the last monthly Instagram roundup back in May 2014, please forgive me on this one. It has gotten to the point where I posted so much on a daily basis, to curate a month worth of collage is like piecing a missing jigsaw, I had to give up. An album of monthly happenings on what I did and ate, where I travelled, what I wore, some random lazy grams of all sorts, the accumulation of visual diaries of my life as a freelancer, photographer, blogger, friend, sister, daughter, a cyclist in Hong Kong and a couch potato, I must admit it’s a colourful one and I’m enjoying it to bits.
I have a habit of snapping something that are somewhat mesmerising, beautiful-ish, cool and the ugly (even tiny cracks on the wall may perhaps gain some likes on Instagram or else fail). Seriously, London is a pretty cool place to snap something seen, unseen, surprise and the unexpected. In the middle of autumn, in October in London of course, I participated in an Instawalk event with The Park Tower Knightsbridge hosted by hotel concierge, Andrew Robinson. The itinerary was filled with fun-filled activities including an overnight stay at The Park Tower Knightsbridge with panoramic views of the city, a walkabout in Hyde Park and discover the oldest part of Knightsbridge and its French connection, instawalk tour of the Knightsbridge and Belgravia districts, chocolate tasting experience at Rococo Chocolates, floral couture and flower arranging masterclass at Neill Strain, and candle making masterclass with Rachel Vosper, all 3 are ‘Artisans of Knightsbridge’, whiskey tasting with The Park Tower Knightsbridge head sommelier, and dinner at award-winning fish restaurant One-O-One.
All snapshots were taken from my Samsung Galaxy Note 3, edited with photo editing apps – Snapseed, PS Touch and VSCO Cam.
Kit Lee was a guest of The Park Tower Knightsbridge.
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