It’s not often, in fact never actually, that I have to take a boat to get to get to a pre-wedding shoot! Hannah & Scott had asked if we could head out to Inchmahome Priory for their wedding shoot and, with a request like that, how could I refuse :-).
To quote Wikipedia “Inchmahome Priory is situated on Inchmahome (“Inch” meaning an island), the largest of three islands in the centre of Lake of Menteith, close to Aberfoyle, Scotland. The priory was founded in 1238 by the Earl of Menteith, Walter Comyn, for a small community of the Augustinian order (the Black Canons). The Comyn family were one of the most powerful in Scotland at the time, and had an imposing country house on Inch Talla, one of the other islands on the Lake of Menteith. There is some evidence that there was a church on the island before the priory was established.”
So, enough of the history lesson – Hannah & Scott, a big thank you for suggesting this wonderful location and for going along with everything on the shoot.. Here’s just a few of my early favourites which I hope you like – just click on any thumbnail to start the viewer.
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