Our 4 part Vlog series about a recent photography trip to the Isle of Skye has been uploaded to our vimeo channel (Click Here) and to make it even easier for you to find if you haven’t seen it already, I’ve updated the last blog to have all 4 parts and a quick little time-lapse […]
Decided to a take a little time this week to venture into the city and walk streets I’ve never been down. I went up to Edinburgh Castle and walked along the Royal Mile… Went through some “closes” and cut through cemeteries and just had a really wonderful time seeing what’s in this beautiful city of […]
We were super blessed to be able to stay the week in Portrush as it just seemed to be so close to so many beautiful places. Dunluce Castle was probably a 10 minute drive from the house where we stayed at and we arrived there on Sunday morning before the castle opened.
We saw amazing places in Northern Ireland but one of the favs for all of us was “Crom Castle.” Apparently the current owner still resides in the castle and throws parties in the West Wing and it’s still a bit of a to do which I find fascinating. The grounds are gorgeous and the fact […]
Wow! What a trip!! Who knew you could spend so many hours in the car seeing such a small country! Totally worth it though… We started off with a 2 hour 45 min drive to the southwestern coast of Scotland to catch a 2+ hour ferry to the city of Belfast. After a quick tour […]
We’ve been in Scotland now for 7 months… Time is flying and yet there are still days where the comforts of home sound really appealing. :) Thankfully our parents made another trip our way for Thanksgiving and also to do some work while they were here.
Fall or “autumn,” as they say here in the U.K., has always been one of my favorite times of the year. The colors, the smells, the coolness in the air, and the reminder that summer is finished and winter is coming…
Dunnottar Castle… Wow. Breathtaking. This past Saturday a couple of us took a day trip up to Stonehaven on the east coast of Scotland for a quick sightseeing getaway. So glad we went! Felt like real Scotland – not sure how to explain that but that’s the best way I can describe it.
I truly believe there are hidden treasures everywhere and we just need to keep our eyes open and be expectant for them… Micah takes my niece and nephews to a home school group that regularly meets and goes on adventures together. Had no idea that this past week I’d be able to join in a […]
Edinburgh has an amazing little section of town called, “Dean Village.” The mills of the village were built sometime around 1145 and the area was known for it’s milling of grain for somewhere around 800 years. It’s a charming little spot that connects with another beautiful (and perhaps even my favorite) part of the city […]