Photographing Scotland

I’ve been lucky enough to close out 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland. This is the place where my husband and I met. The chance to spend some time here again has been so rewarding, from both a personal and a photographic perspective. One of my big goals for 2015 is to explore more – explore places I haven’t been and learn from my experiences, explore small but beautiful details that are easy to overlook, explore friendships and opportunities for growth in unlikely places, explore my personal boundaries and push beyond them so I can achieve more.

2014 was a year of discovery for me as I left what was safe in favor of the unknown. This was the year I committed to documenting love in all its forms and have a lot of fun along the way. I’m looking forward to sharing what 2015 brings, starting with two Scottish engagement shoots coming soon!

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2 Comments on “Photographing Scotland

  1. Hi Sarah,
    Beautiful photos of Scotland in winter.
    My daughter will be studying abroad this coming summer in Glasgow.
    Do you have any summer photos I can share with her?

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