I love photographing couples, and where better to take such photos than on a road trip? I especially loved the love story session I captured for Alex and Philip in their road trip through the highlands of Scotland. I was delighted to be booked for Allie and Daniel’s Ireland vacation road trip photography. They had started in London and worked their way up to Scotland before coming across to visit family in Belfast and continued their Ireland vacation road trip down into County Sligo, County Mayo and County Galway – which you just have to visit! It is a magical place that reminds me strongly of my childhood in the South West of England.
I met up with Allie and Daniel one wet, blustery morning super early at Downpatrick Head, the wind may have been blowing in a gale from the fresh Atlantic but what a start to this amazing day of this Ireland vacation road trip. The sea spray, and the mists and the light peeking through the dramatic skies that were worthy of any JM Turner painting. And of course I got to photograph the entire day on film.
During their Ireland vacation road trip as their photographer we visited the Ballycroy National Park in County Mayo before continuing down to the White Cliffs of Ashleam Bay and then Achill Island where we stopped for a relaxing lunch and then the stunning Keem Bay – somewhere I will definitely be going back to. After that we headed down in County Galway into the Connemara at some beautiful falls. All day the weather flitted between rain and sunshine. I just adored my time in Ireland and I would love to share with you now some photos from this wonderful photography session. I would love to work as a an elopement photographer in Ireland someday! One for the bucket list!
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Alex and Philip’s road trip and love story in Scotland
Daniela and Chris’ love story in Norfolk
MinJee and Rob’s love story at Cuckmere Haven and Seven Sisters Sussex
Martyna and David’s love story in Glen Coe
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Film: Kodak Alaris and processing by Canadian Film Lab