Seasons Meeting

With the copper colours of autumn succumbing to the twinkly novelty of the festivities, the end of 2016 is nigh.

So far this academic year I’ve visited Rotterdam for the first time. In Rotterdam there was an excellent Peter Lindbergh exhibition, complete with iconic photographs of Kate, Naomi, Lara Stone and more.

A few weeks ago I had an inspiring time attending a hearing at the International Court of Justice, The Hague, concerned with wildlife trafficking in Vietnam – please find out more about the hearingΒ here. Wildlife trafficking is an incredibly important issue that desperately requires increased efforts to stop it, and public education is key in doing so.

Soon I’ll be visiting Amsterdam – until then, here are some photos from the past few months.

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Going home.
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Conkers.
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The park.
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Autumn meeting Winter.
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A brilliant winter sunset.
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Rotterdam: the NYC of the Netherlands.
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The ‘Swan Bridge’, Rotterdam.
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Maritime manifestations in Rotterdam; Europe’s busiest port.
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Natalia Vodianova (by Peter Lindbergh)
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A Polaroid of sunset in Rotterdam.
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The location of the wildlife trafficking hearing: the incredible International Court of Justice, The Hague.
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The mesmerising Dutch Parliament in The Hague, surrounded by the cackle of emerald green Ring Necked Parakeets which escaped from captivity in the ’60s.
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