Monthly Archives: August 2014

New York Series: The High Line

Posted On: Monday, August 11, 2014

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On my next trip to New York, I have one thing on my to do list – visit the High Line.

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The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line, high above the New York streets of Manhattan’s West Side. Along this stretch of 1.45 miles of park there are places of tranquility to take in the sights of New York, gardens and flowers to admire, and New York’s famous buildings to photograph.


The High Line looks stunning at any time of day, and visiting at dusk is the perfect opportunity to view the High Line in a constant changing light and appreciate it in all it’s glory.


If you visit New York, this is one place you have to visit.

Win a FREE ad on Danni Saw This

Posted On: Thursday, August 7, 2014

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On the 27th September Danni Saw This will be a year old. I can’t believe I’ve been blogging for a whole year, I’m having a lot of fun and long may it continue!

To celebrate this I’m giving the opportunity for two lucky designers/bloggers the chance to advertise on Danni Saw This for FREE for one month. Your ad will be placed down the right hand side of the page, under my Pinterest activity.

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The size of each ad is 300pxl x 150pxl and will be live on the blog for a month, starting on the 29th September.

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For your chance to win 1 of 2 ad spots just email me at or tweet me at @dannistoker with your blog/website name and web address before the 5th September. I’ll then pick two lucky winners at random and your ad will be live on Danni Saw This for a month.

All that’s left to say is Good Luck! x

Yorkshire Day

Posted On: Friday, August 1, 2014

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Something a little different for today’s Fun Friday post. For all you fellow Yorkshire men and ladies out there, and those who are not from God’s country, today is Yorkshire Day, where we celebrate everything that’s great from this wonderful county.

My favourite thing from Yorkshire has to be Yorkshire puddings, I’m salivating over these photos as I type (sorry!) These gastronomical little wonders are the perfect accompaniment to any traditional Sunday lunch, with their crispy outer edges and soft, fluffy centres. Delicious!

Everyone has their own variation of the Yorkshire Pudding recipe, adding little extras here and there to make them special. I like to add lots of black pepper and herbs to my batter, giving them an added kick when you bite into them. These Yorkshire’s have thyme in them, something I will have to try next time! The recipe is by blogger Izy Hossack from Top With Cinnamon and can be found here. How do you eat yours?

Happy weekend x