Sunset at Yellowcraig Beach, East Lothian

Unpopular opinion; I love it getting dark early because it’s so easy to go sunset hunting. When the sun is setting at 10pm, I will be far too comfy to go out again. Yellowcraig Beach in East Lothian has quickly…

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A quick guide to hiking Johnston Canyon & the Inkpots (you really should go to the Inkpots)

By far, the hardest hike of our Canadian adventure was from Upper Johnston Canyon to the Inkpots. It was a punishingly steep hike, but the beauty of the inkpots and the alpine meadow they’re in more than made up for…

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The stories behind my Instagram Top 9 2017

I don’t know about you but I love finding out about the stories behind people’s Instagram Top 9; I kinda feel like they’re nice, heartwarming, fuzzy, reads. So, I bring you the stories behind my Instagram top 9.  It’s also interesting…

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Blazing our own trail to Grassi Lakes, Canmore

Grassi Lakes is everything you’re looking for in a hike; two beautiful turquoise coloured lakes and panoramic views across Canmore and the mini Mount Rundle range. The two lakes, called Upper and Lower Grassi Lakes, were named after Lawrence Grassi;…

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Sunset on the Bow River Loop, Canmore, Alberta

When we were in Canada, one of our goals was to see an amazing sunset, and Canmore finally provided us with one from the Bow River Loop trail. We tried hard to chase sunsets but the sky was just not…

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Photographers, quit ignoring conservation signs to get the best Instagram shot

One of the joys of photography is getting to share a place, or a feeling, that you love with everyone else; that comes at a cost though when you contribute to destroying that place. I am not tarring everyone with…

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Don’t go camping in Canada if…

That’s right, I am (sadly) back from Canada and geared up to start fangirling about it again; it never ends for you does it, my poor readers? Thanks to jetlag, my brain thought this post up at 3am in the…

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