Capturing those moments of intrigue and connection is what makes sessions with you and your family so much fun. It's incredible how much children love to explore when allowed to, and every time small moments in time like this happen, it's a joy to watch.
This gorgeous sunset image captured with Lissy and Eloise was the perfect way to enjoy the sunset out near Lake George!
One from last night’s walk with the lads. Gayfield House always fascinates me as imagine what this house must have looked like when built in the 1760s, surrounded by fields and orchards and with views to Fife. Taking this photo last night reminded me of a feature I’d stumbled across online from the Telegraph so I looked it up again this morning. (If you look up ‘Gayfield House’ on the Telegraph’s site, it’s the first feature listed - from 2003.) Built as a “prestigious villa”, by the late 19th century this building was used as a veterinary college, then, in 1904, it was bought by a manure merchant who stored his, ehm, produce in the lower rooms... then it became a laundry, and then in the 1970s the basement was used as a garage. What life (and odious smells) this house has experienced.