‘In the village of Balquhidder (ball-whidder), 9 miles north of Callander off the A84, there's a churchyard with – perhaps – Rob Roy's grave. It's an appropriately beautiful spot in a deep, winding glen in big-sky country. The uncompromising later epitaph reads 'MacGregor despite them'. In the church is the 8th-century St Angus' stone, probably a marker to the original tomb of St Angus, an 8th-century monk who built the first church here.‘ full text HERE
Nothing can beat wintery sunny day, I mean NOTHING. We were very-very lucky last winter with the weather the and beautiful couples we had a chance to shoot. The one we want to show you today was a blast.
We met in the morning in Balquhidder where Rob Roy’s grave is and basically we had an amazing walk with them. Half of this walk we were taking pictures, the other half we tried to set fire to a smoke bomb which was very stubborn and stayed fireproof till the end of the session. Luckily Nicola and Martin stayed calm and the real fire was happening between them - ALL THE WAY.
I would love to replay this session over and over again.