I promised myself that I would spend some time at the end of each month to write a little blog looking back over the work I've done and the fun I've had. It seems to have flown by, but we have in fact reached the end of another month...and so here's to April!
I admit it...I'm getting a bit older and my days off now consist more of a good walk in a national trust park than of hangovers from crazy nights out. It's happened. I may even consider a membership (I mean really the free parking alone is surely worth it!)
At the start month I managed to make it up to Otley Chevin, a gorgeous area that is surprisingly close to home and yet I've never visited! I'm not sure how its gone under my radar for so long but I will almost certainly be back again!
Me and the husband went armed with our cameras and he had quite the task set out for him...get some good photos of me with my camera! I'm always hiding behind it but I think its important for everyone to know a little bit more about me...or at least that I do in fact have a face! I think he did pretty well, although as you will notice I did spend most of the time still trying to hide behind my camera! Old habits and all that!
Another gorgeous local spot that we explored this month was Brimham Rocks. Theres a whole blog about it that you can read if you like here. I won't go on too much about it except to say how blown away I was and how stunning a landscape it is! If you haven't been yet I highly recommend it, and if you are reading this and fancy a family or couples photoshoot there...I would be so up for that! It really is a great spot!
You may have noticed if you've been reading my blogs lately that me and my husband have been on quite a few camera outings recently...and if you haven't been reading my blogs...why not?! Jokes aside you you might not know that Micah is quite the photographer himself, so go check his work out on instagram HERE. He is a big fan of film and landscape photography...but theres going to be lots of exciting announcements coming in the summer about our work together so stay tuned for that!
One of my favourite things about being a photographer is having the opportunity to capture memories and moments not just for clients, but for friends and family. So when I was invited to the hen do of my wonderful friend Susan I couldn't resist taking my camera for a few snaps. We all met in a beautiful farm house in the countryside of York for the weekend, and frankly I couldn't have asked for a more photogenic setting!