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Scotland’s North Coast 500

I’ve been meaning to share a fuller picture of a road trip we took last summer around the far north coast of Scotland. Billed by the tourist board as the ‘North Coast 500’, it’s also been touted as the best road trip in the world. You certainly get a hugely varied amount of spectacular scenery,…

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Glencoe landscape photography

I’m currently watching the Winter Olympics and it’s reminded me that I’m fairly obsessed with ice. Ice is fascinating, especially the structures and patterns it naturally creates – see below, from a froze-toes morning on Rannoch Moor in the Highlands of Scotland at the beginning of winter. Landscape photography – particularly going out in the…

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Starling murmurations in Brighton

These photos from last month are from a trip I took with my photographer friend Mandy, who has been recording pictures of Brighton West Pier since before it was first damaged. We’d been told by fellow photographer Rachael Talibart that the starlings were murmurating around the ruins of the West Pier, which from a photographic…

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You need to know…

This is a bit of an info post, especially for those who are looking around for a Surrey wedding photographer or family photographer. I need to tell you that you’re not obliged to have your photographs shared online. Sure, as a visual industry, it’s incredibly helpful if I am able to show favourite recent images…

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Landscape exhibition Guildford Arts

This winter season I’ve been putting together a selection of my landscape photography to exhibit with Guildford Arts at Clyde and Co in the town centre. I was delighted to have been asked, and must admit that the tricky part is deciding what to show! I narrowed it down to four large frames. I think…

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Floral Imaginarium in spring

Earlier this year I was again working alongside Rebecca Tiller, Surrey-based floral genius, to showcase some of her latest creations. Rebecca’s displays are textural, sculptural and organic works of art that catch the eye – as an enthusiastic Surrey garden photographer, I’m always really creatively inspired by spending time capturing her work. On this occasion,…

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Summer family photography Christchurch

I’ve been enjoying looking back through photographs I took over the summer – while the days are so short, it gives me hope that we’re only a week away from the darkest depths of the bleak midwinter, before the daylight hours start getting longer again! In July, I was delighted to be beside the seaside…

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Ramster Hall wedding

I’ve recently delivered a wedding album to P & J, who married at beautiful Ramster Hall in Chiddingfold back in the autumn. I thought I’d quickly share a snippet of their day, which was an absolute delight to be a part of – lots of laughter, a properly relaxed atmosphere, with September sunshine and plenty…

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Autumn in Edinburgh travel photography

Edinburgh is my home town – born there, spent most of my school years there, rarely have a chance to visit these days. I think that when you live somewhere, it’s hard to see past the daily life of getting things done, to be able to view it with artistic, creative eyes. I know for…

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  • Vince Docherty - You have really caught Edinburgh and the quality of photography is superb. I moved to the area early this year but have had very little time to explore, and I will definitely use this as a guide book. We HAVE discovered Mimi’s, and made it too much of a haunt. Too tempting. Check “thisisedinburgh” on Instagram, and they will almost certainly use some of these images. 
    Vince Docherty, Haddington.ReplyCancel

    • JulieAnne - Thanks so much for looking through and for your kind words! I know you will discover many, many hidden gems as you begin to look around. A bit jealous of your move! Enjoy it.ReplyCancel

  • Julia Forsman - I cannot stop looking at these Julie. You are a wonderful photographer. Great memories and I love that I am in the pictures too. Looking forward to next year already!ReplyCancel

    • JulieAnne - That means a great deal coming from you – thank you! Really enjoyed your company and I’m now wondering where we might end up next year? Exciting! ReplyCancel

Sturmfrei: August blog circle

Our word-of-the-month, sturmfrei is German – literally ‘storm-free’; being able to do as you please. Think Home Alone; having the run of the place, completely by yourself; not having to answer to anyone (especially your elders), or to suffer their disapproval! So, we thought as a blog circle, sturmfrei is a great one for holiday-time…

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