Vicarious Travel | London

Prince Albert Memorial

Back in May, Jordan travelled to London for work. He had a lot to do (meetings, photography etc.) so his trip ended up lasting a total of 10 days! I was so excited for this opportunity (slightly envious if I’m being honest, haha). Hopefully I can go next time. 😉

Jordan spent most of his time in and around the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London though he did get a chance to visit some of his favorite places around the city and even spent some time in the town Richmond. One thing Jordan did was photograph the 2015 Alpha Leadership Conference which took place in the world renowned Royal Albert Hall. Because of his press pass, he was able to explore almost every inch of this legendary venue. It was a treat for him to walk in the footsteps of some of the most legendary performers and leaders of all time.

I wanted to feature a few of his images on the blog because I think we could all use a little escapism in between our actual adventures. Here is to traveling vicariously!

Royal Albert Hall

Alpha Leadership Conference 2015

Alpha Leadership Conference 2015

South Kensington

South Kensington

^ Another view of the area that Jordan and I roamed a few years ago!

Kensington Palace

^Kensington Palace, the previous home of Princess Diana and the current home of William and Kate.

Notting Hill Gate

South Kensington

Big Ben

Westminster Abbey

^Looking towards Westminster Abbey.

London

London

^Piccadilly Circus.

London

Richmond, England

Richmond, England

Richmond, England

^These three photos were taken in Richmond, England.

London

London

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Photo Credit: Jordan Short

16 thoughts on “Vicarious Travel | London”

  1. Awesome photos Jordan !! Some of our favorite views in the city 🙂 Richmond is just beautiful too, have spent a lot of time there since a close friend lives in Twickenham. I can’t wait to be back in London next month! Minimal time spent exploring though with the kiddos as we’ve got a lot of friends we need to squeeze in visits with. So your photos here have to take the place of a wander myself around the centre of town 😉

    1. Next time I go I want to be able to visit more of the little towns outside of London. We didn’t have a chance to do that when we went together.

      Have the best time!!

  2. Ah, my favorite city. Even better when you get to travel there for free (as long as you have a little chance to get out and see things… not always the case with work travel, sadly). These photos are fabulous! Love the perspectives.

  3. Wow! Beautiful images! Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed my visit to London and hope to return soon. I was blown away by the food hall at Harrod’s.

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