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.
Many years ago, and I do mean “many” years ago, I used to be a “plane spotter”, scouring the many airports in the South East of England (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted etc etc), and often getting into areas where, these days, I’d probably be locked up on issues of national security. But hey, they were more innocent times back then :-). These days, although I’m no longer “spotting planes”, I do, naturally, retain that passion for all things aviation that I’ve always had, so the chance to do a pre-wedding shoot in and around aircraft was a chance not to be missed. Throw in the Concorde as well and, well, there you have it.
Lynsey & Paul, a big thank you for going along with everything on the shoot – here’s some of my fave images which I hope you like and I very much look forward to your wedding day next month at Glenbervie.
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