Tuesday, 16 September 2014
Easdale is a slate island in the Firth of Lorn, Scotland. Only accessible by a small passenger ferry from the main land, this was once the centre of the Scottish slate industry. No cars, beautiful scenery, great pub and lovely people.
Colin and Rosie are the first couple to be married on the island in 10 years. Having seen first hand how beautiful Easdale is I was very shocked by this. You would struggle to find a setting more picturesque and perfect for a wedding.
I had great fun shooting this wedding and the rain held off just long enough for the ceremony and for us to get some cracking photos outside. Colin and Rosie are a lovely couple who were very relaxed and a good laugh, making me and my assistant Rosie feel very welcome. Oh, and did i mention it was a Wellie boot theme? Brilliant!
(Dancing shoes and Wellie boots full of flowers)
(A gift from colin that morning)
(Rosie getting into her dress)
(Rosie getting her wellies on)
(The first guests arriving on the ferry)
(A happy Colin)
(Ceremony, First kiss as husband and wife)
(Husband and wife, walking down the isle)
(The happy couple)
(A stroll around Easdale)
(Bridesmaids and Ushers)
(Go on, pick her up!)
(Colin and Rosie's first dance)
Sunday, 14 September 2014
Since moving up to Dundee, Kinnoull hill is still one of my favourite places. There is a folly of a ruined castle that dominates the top. This folly is standing on the rocky cliffs high above the River Tay and the road to Dundee. The panoramic image bellow is the view seen from the tower.
I really hope that I get the chance to do a few family portraits here soon! It is such a beautiful woodland!
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