Puddles, and swings, and climbing up a digger, and hiding in flower pots. Racing along by bike and picking flowers – these are the typical activities for a lifestyle photography session! I had lots of time when I took those photographs – before I went on my big walk in Summer this year. The images show the little ones where they feel at home – in their own garden, having fun with mum and dad!

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Lindsay and Gordon celebrated their wedding at the Roman Camp Hotel in Callander yesterday. They had planned for an outside ceremony, on the banks of the River Menteith, but the weather this week indicated that this was not going to happen. However… on Saturday, the weather was stunning, sunny, dry, no wind – perfect for an outdoor ceremony. Everything went according to plan. Lindsay got ready at her parents’ home in Dunblane where I joined her around 11 am, and Gordon was awaiting the celebrations at the Roman Camp.

Here are only a few shots from yesterday’s wedding. More to follow soon.




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Angela & Scott celebrated their wedding at Houstoun House Hotel last weekend. The ceremony was planned to be outside, however, the Scottish weather didn’t make up it’s mind. During the romantic ceremony Scott and Angela said “I do”, followed by the celebrations in the lovely surroundings of Houstoun House. Watch this space for some photographs to be displayed soon:-)

 

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I have just returned from a 6-week trek in Spain – a 500 mile pilgrimage (on foot!!) from St Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago de Compostela, at the West Coast of Spain. It has been the most amazing experience, walking every single day between 14 and 20 miles for 40 days! I have come back with re-charged batteries, lots of inspiration and energy.

Apart from one day, I had 6 weeks of sunshine, heat, wonderful weather. I crossed the Pyrenees from France into Spain, walked across the Meseta, the Spanish high plains (lots of heat, no mountains, just lots of nothing!). I met some amazing people and have come back with impressions I will cherish forever.

Here just a few impressions from my walks in Spain:

Sunrise in the Pyrenees

Just before Burgos, in the morning

In the Meseta

Moon Setting in the Meseta

Meseta

Just before Astorga

Camino Duro

Sunset at Finisterre

At Finisterre

Cathedral in Santiago

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