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"Dear Blog, please forgive me for all the neglect over the past few weeks, just been so so busy, just haven't had time to update you at all!" So, let's put that right today and, I'm heading back to the end of May and the second of my triple header of weddings back then - Carolyn & David's fantastic wedding day at Carberry Tower, near Edinburgh.

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A few weeks ago, I was very excited to be shooting Lynsey & Paul's pre-wedding shoot ahead of their big day next month - not only because I LOVE shooting pre-wedding shoots (and weddings too, of course - in fact, everything really), but also because the chosen location was the National Museum of Flight over in East Lothian, home to one of the Concorde's previously operated by British Airways.

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Lynsey & Derek's wedding at Glenbervie House marked the start of a run of three weddings in three days for me. I've always said that I would never shoot more than three on the spin but, hey, come next month, there's the possibility that I may be doing four - better get in training then:-).

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Really slap bang in the middle of wedding season at the moment so trying my best to keep the blog updated...and failing badly (usually). Anyway, grumbles aside, today I am very pleased to be sharing with you some images from Nicola & Simon's fantastic day at the wonderful Glenskirlie Castle back in May. I've shot at Glenskirlie many many times now and it's a fabulous venue, both inside and out, and thank goodness for inside as the weather on the day was pretty awful - the pictures tell their own story!

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Seriously falling well behind with blogging of late - of course, I blame going on holiday myself...must try harder in future! So, in an attempt to catch up on where we left off, very pleased to be sharing a few images from one of my last pre-wedding shoots with Gillian & Ryan that we did back in June just after I got back from hols...yes, it was that long ago now!

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