This is the picture perfect couple who earn their living by trundling from one picturesque place to another in their vintage Morris Minor.
And their stunning images perfectly capture the spectacular beauty and uniqueness of the British Isles.
Mona Jones, 24, and Aaron Gibson, 25, have gained a legion of fans with their breathtaking pictures.
Miss Jones initially started travelling and photographing the English countryside in 2012 to help her cope with her anxiety. She is pictured left in a sunflower field and right in Vicar’s Close, Wells, Somerset
Mona Jones, 24, and Aaron Gibson, 25, earn a living by travelling around Britain in their Morris Minor and taking pictures
The couple share a romantic moment while on their travels across Britain. They first started discovering places to go in the UK in 2012
Miss Jones initially started travelling and photographing the British countryside in 2012 to help her cope with anxiety – but her blog, Monalogue, where she posts the pictures, has since become a full-time career.
Miss Jones, from Bristol, explained: ‘I moved back home in my second year of university due to anxiety.
‘One of the ways that helped me deal with it was driving around Britain and taking photographs. I get lost in the beauty of the countryside and it just calms me.
‘If you would have told me then that one day, driving around the most picturesque parts of Britain would become my full-time job, I would have laughed.
Mona says that she gets lost in the beauty and uniqueness of the British Isles
Mona carefully researches the locations before she actually visits them. She is pictured left in the Chew Valley, Somerset, and right in Bristol
Miss Jones – who has been with boyfriend Aaron for over nine years – now has over 133,000 followers on her Instagram page. She is pictured visiting a castle in Scotland
‘But I got my first Instagram job through my blog just before I graduated and within six months I realised I could make a living from it.
‘I feel so lucky that I get to share my adventures in my 1968 Morris Minor and that I get to do this as a career. I definitely don’t take it for granted.
‘There’s something magical and unspoiled about the English landscape. There’s so much on this tiny island that inspires and I think it’s that escapism which appeals to my audience.’
Miss Jones – who has been with boyfriend Aaron for over nine years – now has over 133,000 followers on her Instagram page.
Mona says that there is something magical and unique about the British countryside. On the left she’s surrounded by lavender and on the right captures a close-up of some pink blossom
As well as running her blog, Miss Jones also runs an Instagram page, which she updates with shots from her travels
Mona now works full-time on her blog writing posts and taking pictures, right. She is pictured left at Stourhead in Wiltshire
The 24-year-old stands at the top of Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, in Dorset, the famous steep cobbled street where the ‘Boy On Bike’ Hovis advert was filmed
The pair lead an envy-inducing lifestyle, travelling to a different English beauty spot at least once per week.
The couple’s gorgeous photos around Britain can’t help but inspire wanderlust and Mona carefully researches locations to explore in the blog.
The Bristol University graduate added: ‘My followers come from all over the world with over a fifth of them from America and I think they come to my Instagram page to see that fairy-tale quality of the British countryside.
‘I try to capture nostalgic places which remind people of a simpler, gentler Britain. So I spend a lot of time looking for villages, manor houses and gardens on social media and then plot them on a map.
The couple have always dreamed of owning a Morris Minor and now use it to travel up and down the British Isles on their blogging trips
The trusty Morris Minor makes it way through the snow and ice in the village of Castle Combe in Wiltshire during winter, right and left
The Morris Minor in an autumnal country lane. The couple have fans from all over the world, especially from America
‘Since I was a child, I had always wanted a classic Morris Minor and the car fits perfectly with our aesthetic. Luckily they aren’t very expensive so I was able to buy a Morris soon after I started working full-time on my blog.
‘Aaron and I do an absolute minimum of one shoot per week in the winter – this might be somewhere a couple of hours away where we can easily take the Morris, which can struggle in extreme weather.
‘But in the summer, our schedule gets very busy and we’re out and about in the English countryside most of the week doing sponsored posts and campaigns for different brands. I do a lot of admin work too but no two days are ever the same.
‘Castle Combe in Wiltshire is my favourite village to visit and I also love Scotney Castle in Kent.
The bloggers braved treacherous conditions to capture Castle Combe in Wiltshire. In the picture on the right smoke can be seen rising from two chimneys, adding to the romance of it all
The Bristol University graduate walks her dog in Castle Combe. Her boyfriend Aaron is set to start working with her when he finishes studying
The couple travel to a different British beauty spot at least once per week. Pictured is Cirencester
One of the pair’s favourite spots to photograph is Castle Combe (left and right). Mona says everything about the village is picture perfect
A stunning image taken by Mona showing Lucy’s Tearoom in Stow-on-the-Wold with the building decorated for Christmas and covered in snow
Mona advises anyone wanting to pursue a full-time career in social media to focus on being analytical
‘Aaron is still studying in UAE university but Monalogue will potentially become his profession when he graduates next year too. It’s hard to make content without his help.’
Mona advises anyone wanting to pursue a full-time career in social media to focus on being analytical.
She said: ‘Don’t give up. Be prepared to work hard and think analytically about your content.
‘Look for patterns in what posts generate the most interest and if something is successful, try to repeat it to develop your niche.
‘Also try to avoid comparing yourself to other influencers and have faith in your content.
‘Most importantly, enjoy yourself. I started driving around the English countryside and taking photos to calm my anxiety and forget my worries. I feel incredibly grateful that I get to do this as a full-time job.’