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Category Archives: Photography
First of all, a big thank you to all those who dropped by last month at Pout Edinburgh at the Corn Exchange. An extra thanks to all the lovely ladies who let me take their pictures for the ‘Pout of the Weekend’ … Continue reading
Mairi and Ryan have known each other since they were children and while love came later…as you can see, we should all be so lucky! Here’s the beautiful story of their day. Full of love and laughter and finished with … Continue reading
Where would your idea wedding destination be? Victoria Falls on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia has to be up there on my list, so I was very lucky last month to get a chance to shoot the wedding of … Continue reading
So I have been promising some cuddly animal photos since I got back from the wedding I shot at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, so here you are. Some of them aren’t quite so cuddly. It was a bit of a … Continue reading
I love photographs. Just as well I decided to be a photographer, isn’t it? Images connect us to our past. They inspire us and show us who we are and where we came from, so not lots of words on … Continue reading