Last week we had a few days away having a bit of a road trip round the Scottish border areas.
We stayed in Lower Burnmouth and had a little adventure round the area, calling into the little seaside ports and villages, and also popping back down into England to drive over the causeway onto Holy Island off the Northumberland coast.
Luckily, our little Freddie Bear wasn't in a sling this time, so he enjoyed climbing the rocks and throwing stones with his big bros!
We visited Castles, Priories, Beaches, Parks, Ports and Marinas. We ate Ice Cream, Pizzas, Teas and Cakes. We watched Seals, Gulls and lots of other wildlife.
We also did our usual favourite thing - we walked our local beach every evening until the sun went down before heading back to our house to warm back up by the fire.
A lovely bit of family time.
Here's a few (too many) snaps.
As usual, we booked our holiday house through Airbnb. If you've not used it before, click HERE.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of shooting the wedding of Jacqueline and Jason.
The entire day was held at the King's Croft Hotel in Pontefract.
The day started with Bridal prep - which is always a laugh with one fella with a camera in a room full of women trying to get ready!
I also got a chance to shoot a bit of Groom prep too, as they were a few minutes walk away. The lads saw the cameras and got ready in about 5 minutes flat!
The ceremony was outside in the pavilion and we were blessed with blue skies and glorious sunshine for the entire day.
The vows were soon shared, kisses were had and cheers were aplenty.
The happy couple walked out into the sunshine as man and wife.
We took some snaps out on the lawns before heading in for the speeches and food. The day soon turned into evening, the cake was cut and the couple forced onto the dancefloor!
Thanks for having me guys - it was a blast.
Here are a few photos from their day.
What better way to celebrate Yorkshire Day than takin some snaps of God's Own Country?!
Went up Earl Crag for a walk and took some snaps of the Salt and Pepper Pots - Lund's Tower and Wainman's Pinnacle. Climbed the 39 steps to the top of the tower and stood in what felt like gale force winds trying to take a photo (and not fall back down the hole).
I must admit though - I felt a bit Game-of-Thronesy going up the 130 year old stone spiral staircase!
After that, a quick walk across the top of the Crag to Wainman's Pinnacle at the other end before coming back across again.
I may have taken some dodgy selfies too...
Happy Yorkshire Day folks.
Thought I'd start this little blog to let people know what we get up to. Some personal stuff thrown in the mix too.