You don’t need to go far to have an adventure session in Scotland when this is your back yard. The Trossachs in the Scottish highlands to me is one of the most beautiful places I know. It has ethereal majesty about it, a sort of humble beauty. I love how it changes through the seasons, each one revealing a new scene, this particular February morning we were blessed with a misty crisp day, we couldn’t have asked for better.
What is an adventure session?
You don’t need to be getting married to have your pictures taken together. Adventure sessions are about the two of you and your adventure, whatever that may be. A walk along a sandy beach, a hike up a munro, a stroll through the forest, wild swimming, skiing in snow topped mountains. It’s your adventure, you decide. The sessions are relaxed and we have a lot of fun exploring – no awkward photos here thank you! Wouldn’t it be incredible to have some beautiful portraits and have an epic experience too. It really is a wonderful thing to do as a couple.
Where do we go?
I offer Adventure Shoots for couples across Scotland. The Trossachs is near my home, but I’m also nearby Glencoe. [have a peek at Mabille & Paulo’s Glencoe Adventure here] and I live in a beautiful wee village called Fintry where were have an epic waterfall. [view Susanne and Robert’s Waterfall Session here].Those are just a couple of examples, there are lots of places to go and explore the most beautiful scenery in Scotland.
Jo and Liam’s Adventure Session
We went off exploring for the afternoon. Driving over the winding road between Aberfoyle and Brig o’ Turk named Duke’s Pass. There are lots of hidden spots round here for your Scottish adventure session or even a small wedding or elopement. [for more click here to see Anna-Rose and Graham’s summer elopement on nearby Three Lochs Drive]
We then drove down to explore the shoes of stunning Loch Achray. Before driving over, past Loch Venachar towards the stunning Loch Lubnaig. A local beauty spot, Loch Lubnaig is usually jam packed with tourists in the summer. But the beauty of a winter adventure is that you often have these incredible beauty spots to yourself! The mist down the glen was incredible, so atmospheric.
We finished up with a coffee and scone at Mhor 84 (had to be done), it’s a gorgeous cafe/restaurant and motel [Jane and John stayed here for their intimate winter elopement]. It’s one of my favourite spots for coffee in the area, and nearby to one of my all-time favourite wedding venues Monachyle Mhor.
Thank you Jo and Liam for adventuring with me, they are amazing photographers so a true honour to get a chance to photograph them both. Also many thanks to Photography Farm for awarding an image from this shoot as Farmers Image of the Week.