EMMA FAULCONBRIDGE
Emma Faulconbridge //
Architecture Graduate 2012. //
Love for photography, travel, and all things summery and sunshiney. //

All photos are my own unless otherwise stated.
EMMA FAULCONBRIDGE
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#venezia #italy #venice #travel #architecture #canals
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Split, Croatia (at Palacio De Diocleciano Split-Croacia)
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Plitvice National Park, Croatia. The most beautiful coloured lakes I have ever seen! #breathtaking  (at Plitvice Lakes, Croatia.)
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Ruins bar in #budapest #hungary
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Q: That photograph you posted of Northern Ireland is actually Dunluce Castle in the north coast of the country, not Castle Ward. Both were used for filming though. Just thought I'd clear that up incase it caused followers any conclusion :)
Asked by newdoxology
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Castle Ward - Belfast, Northern Ireland
The stunning ruins of Castle Ward are also the filming location for Winterfell in the Game of Thrones TV series.
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Black with white stripes or white with black ⁉️ (at Paradise Wildlife Park)
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'Welcome to the Lanes' - the tiny cobblestone streets of Brighton full of jewellery traders 💍 #brighton #thelanes #england
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#Brighton 🌊
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After 2 successful days of cycling to and from work in London rush-hour tube-strike traffic, I’m highly contemplating buying a bike… #borrisbike #london #bikesarebetterthantubes
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Is it an elephant or an octopus? #streetart #bricklane #london
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Last night in Berlin before London tomorrow! With @rachellllllllllllll 🌃 (at Alexanderplatz)
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Salzburg - home to the Sound of Music! 🎶🌷  (at Hohensalzburg Castle)
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Amazing day at the Pompidou today, including a Roy Lichenstein exhibition! Going back tomorrow coz ran out of time today… 😜 #paris  (at Centre Pompidou - Musée National d’Art Moderne)
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First day hiking around the Cinque Terre region of northern Italy. It was absolutely breathtaking! Cinque Terre translates to ‘five lands’ as there are 5 different villages ( you can just make out one in the back of this photo). All the houses are painted different colours from paint left over from the fishermen’s boats. 

The hikes take you between the villages and today we managed from the first to the third village. Stopped for foccacia pizza in Vernazza for lunch then a well earned beer in Corniglia, before coming back by train to Monterosso where we are staying for a swim and gelato! Unfortunately the last parts of the trails are closed from flooding damage in 2011, but we hope to visit the other villages in the next few days and if the weather holds do one of the higher vineyard tracks that are open.