This journal entry might seem a little random, but for those who really know me, you know that travel is such an integral part of who I am, and a huge part of where my love of photography came from. For those of you who have been around since the beginning, you know my dream always used to be a National Geographic photographer. I absolutely loved photographing landscapes. I would lug my massive [and heavy] camera gear all over the world with me to capture all the pretty corner of the world I explored. And then, when my business shifted and I went full time with weddings, I sort of lost that part of me. I no longer felt inspired to document all the travels and adventures the way that I used to. Or if i did, I wouldn’t share it because it didn’t fit my “brand” anymore.
But boy, this trip to Scotland reignited a spark that I haven’t felt in so long. The thrill of shooting through a window of a moving car – something I haven’t done in way too long, but have the fondest memories doing as a kid in the backseat of my parents car. This trip was the most beautiful reminder to document everything, always.
Please enjoy these these photos from my trip to Edinburgh, Dunkeld, and Glencoe captured on digital and 35mm film. And if you are every looking for a travel buddy, hit me up!!!