By Atina Dimitrova
~ Part 3
During the last academic year I managed to explore new places, opportunities and primarily... new personalities. You cannot say 'goodbye' to it. You just slightly extend the time to the next warm hug... Love everything I have been doing.
I have been writing often... which is my personal greatest discovery in terms of my favourite things. Words have their splendid fragrance of fairness and pleasure. I took many photos - all reflecting what I adore; every colour speakes volumes. I learned how to be more open-minded.
Multicultural experience supersedes everything... Your heart will never be in one country... pieces of your soul will always ignite all the continents. Because you explore... and you enrich your whole universe. Could not have dreamt for a more awesome year. I loved and I was surrounded by happiness.
Journalism will always be among my favourite devotions... You travel, you write, you take photos... and you get to know new people. And that changes the world. Because you pacify the situation by putting the facts across. Because every sleepless night brings justice to somebody. Because you leave something immortal... even if it is just a sentence or a photo.
I guess whether you are good at it could be seen only in people's eyes whose lives were changed for the better because of your objective approach. Words and photos rule the world. They cross the oceans for a nanosecond; they purify the world from injustice, unhappiness and insecurity.
I cannot summarise my nine months in London. And I will not try. I just want to share some photos illustrating the places and the emotions which will never fade away for me. In my Photo Summary of five parts I will show what London gave to me.
Just a brief selection out of 15,369 photos...
The photo I took during my last but one day in London... because I realised how much I would miss my neighbourhood...
The shadow is the core of the idea...
And one of the most important hashtags - #explore...
These views are something extra which you can enjoy when you go to events dedicated to journalism...
And these beloved radios... London's museums work wonders. (Tate Modern is a must.)
Studying journalism makes many events essential... just because political debates are really vital and interesting...
Sometimes it does not look like London, does it... :)
Author of two novels published in Bulgarian. Photography lover. Journalism student at City University London