Printing Travel Memories

I’ve had a fantastic travel start to 2017 with an incredible trip to Iceland, a country which has long been on my bucket list, quickly followed by visiting Edinburgh for the first time. I’m heading to Rome in a couple of weeks time and then, in April, I’m off to Prague. I’m aiming to visit 12 countries in 12 months this year and with six already booked, I’ve got six more to find!

Epson-Printer-XP960

Epson-Expression-Printer

With such an incredible year of travel ahead of me, I want to record my experiences and I’ve started printing my favourite images from each trip, to add to my walls or store in a scrapbook, along with tidbits from my travels; plane tickets, postcards, museum entrance passes and receipts that I always hoard and then normally don’t put to any use. I now have a memory scrapbook of my travels and photographs of my favourite holidays to inspire me every day.

I’ll be sharing some blog posts about Iceland soon, but it truly is a photogenic country. It’s full of contrasts and incredible sights and this Epson Expression printer is the perfect printer to print my favourite photographs from my trips. It prints up to A3, which means I’ve got some incredible prints of the Strokkur Geysir for my bedroom, and I don’t even need to plug my laptop in to print my photos. I can send photographs to print from my laptop, iPad or even iPhone or I can put my memory card straight into the printer and print my photographs as soon as I’ve taken them.

It’s a really clever piece of technology, perfect for someone like me who can never find the right cable to print something quickly and easily. I love that I can print from my iPad and it’s pretty impressive to have a printer at home that can print A3. I love showing off my travel snaps in ‘real life’ as well as online and these images are something to treasure to remember my awesome travels. I can’t wait to head to Rome at the end of March and add some more photographs to my collection!

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*I was gifted the Epson XP-960 printer to review*