Posts Tagged ‘Glasgow’

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While travelling the Scottish wilderness, Lindsay sent me a photo of a standard-issue bovine and asked if she’d found a Highland Cow (in her defence, it was orange); so, upon her and Julien’s return, we paid a visit to Pollok Country Park to see the real thing.

Later that week: showing my gorgeous almost-birthday twin Jez & hubby Matt the sights! Continuing the theme of all our post-Japan reunions falling upon significant milestones, we’ve now met (accidentally!) on my 30th when we both happened to be celebrating in New York, in Puerto Rico for Jez’s wedding, and now in Scotland for mine. 🎉

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We take this same photo every year but honestly, I think we’ve peaked in 2019 and might have to retire the whole concept.

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I’ve always loved ballet but figured I’d missed the window to try it for myself. That is until I learned that Scottish Ballet run a 3-month “absolute beginners” course for people with no prior experience! I definitely won’t be giving Baryshnikov a run for his money but I did finish with an even deeper appreciation for this incredible discipline.

(Extra special thank you to our class assistant Joanna for quite literally walking John and me through the steps every single week!)

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“I will love you forever; whatever happens. Till I die and after I die, and when I find my way out of the land of the dead, I’ll drift about forever, all my atoms, till I find you again.”

~ Philip Pullman, The Amber Spyglass

This Pride Month, I couldn’t be prouder to share Garry & Mark’s story; one of the most emotional weddings I’ve had the pleasure of documenting.

You can view the full gallery of images (and book your own wedding!) over on my website.

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Me trying these on in IOLLA:
“Do these glasses make me look like Jeffrey Dahmer?”

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Spring has sprung. 🌸

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The real miracle that rose this Easter? The sun over Glasgow!

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