On Friday I was at Garfield House Hotel in Stepps for the wedding of Vikki and Rob. A truly wonderful day with a lovely couple I had only met on the day but chatted online prior to the wedding. Vikki and Rob had a beautiful ceremony and although the weather was not the greatest Vikki was a complete star heading out to do photographs in 3 degrees and rain. Thank you so much for a lovely day xx

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Yesterday I was at the Kingswood Hotel, a nice secluded hotel between Kinghorn and Burntisland for the wedding of Danielle and Mark who’s original photographer sadly passed away a couple of months ago. As usual Rankin and his wife who own the hotel run the day seamlessly and the weather was slightly chilly but no wind, rain, snow, hail so we got outside for some photographs. Danielle and Mark were fantastic as were their bridal party with much humour and laughter. I wish both of you a lifetime of happiness and fun guys xx

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On Saturday I was up at the stunning Fairmont Hotel for the wedding of Jaclyn and Michael who had organised this many years prior. What a wonderful day we had all be it the weather was around -6 degrees but we had to take advantage of the lovely pastel skies which almost made if feel summertime. Congratulations to you both and again on your new baby Andrew which was a pleasant suprise to hear when you came to see me. xx

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Sunday was the wedding of Hayley and Ross at the stunning Esk Mills Venue over in Musselburgh, a converted Mill transformed into an amazing wedding venue. With the Bridal Preps at mums house in Loanhead there was lots of emotion when dad turned up. The weather was rediculously could at around -6 I think but well done to both Ross and Hayley who braved the sub zero temperatures for a few quick photographs outside.

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On Saturday I was over in Edinburgh at the Principal Hotel (known as the George Hotel) in the centre of the city with Suzanne and Vinny. We had a fabulous day out and around the streets for their photographs and the grandure of the huge hall in the hotel where they were married. Family and friends were just fantastic with so much laughs and hilarity all day. I hope you have a great honeymoon guys, it was a pleasure to be with you all on your special day.

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Diane and Stuart were married at the lovely Orocco Pier that overlooks the Forth Bridges, with a beautiful humanist ceremony.  The day went without a hitch with Diane and her bridesmaid and friend getting ready at the hotel, we had lee Richardson the videographer on hand doing the wedding video and Steven Dewar from Scotia Pipers doing the ceilidh and piping.  The weather was fantastic for a February and i also had my lovely wife helping out as we had a plan for the evening.  I wanted hopefully the first couples photo taken in front of the new Queensferry crossing thats just about complete so off we went in dark time, posed them up on the rocks and after falling into a rockpool we nailed the photographs i was looking for.  Thank you both for a wonderful amazing day in a way you will never know.

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The first wedding of 2017 saw Laura and Gareth getting married at Springfield Church near Cupar and then onto the Balgeddie House Hotel in Glenrothes, we started with getting ready at Laura’s grans house and then i headed off to the church to await the arrival of Gareth and the lads.  The weather was terrible and cold but nobody bothered about this, we arranged with the church to stay back to do any formal photographs.  Laura and Gareth’s little boy Jack was the star of the show, smiles all day and loved having his photograph taken.  A lovely first wedding with a fantastic couple

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A personal photograph I have been after for years.  The Flying Scotsman was taking a run round Fife but not stopping, after it being cancelled it eventually went ahead and it was all scramble to find a nice spot hoping nobody would be around, as we heading to Starley Hall area between Aberdour and Burntisland there was crowds on the roads and in the fields waiting for the 20.09 from Edinburgh.  I got down to the harbour hoping to take photographs of the train coming under me whilst I stood on and old bride to find the bridge had been fenced off so no access was available to the harbour for safety reasons.  With no time left to go anywhere else I decided to climb around the fence (very tall and sharp spikes with barbed wire around the ends) to get my photograph, its what we do as photographers.  I was stood there 20 minutes waiting and hoping some officials wouldnt come up reading the riot act but all was good.  What surprised me how fast this train moves, I was wanting some distance shots of it approaching me then i was going to run to the side of the bridge to get a long body shot but by the time I shot off a couple photographs, it was under and off to Burntisland, boy it could shift.  Although very proud of the few I got this is my favorite

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