Scott and I took a road trip all the way up to Caithness to photograph a wedding. It’s always an adventure when we set off further afield to shoot a wedding and we try and treasure every moment! This world is beautiful and it’s lovely discovering every corner of it.
Our view in our B&B! What a nice stay we had here called Lau-Ren. Highly recommend it! The owners were so lovely and welcoming and had such awesome personalities! We really enjoyed our chats with them and the breakfasts were out of this world tasty! Our room was so cosy to stay in and come back to after working a wedding.
As we left the b&b we thought we may as well visit the most northern point of mainland Britain Dunnet Head…contrary to the belief that John O’ Groats is. We froze and it was blustery and wearing a woolen snood in June isn’t right but we enjoyed the scenery and the walk! The drive back down to Glasgow was also so enjoyable with the sunny day we had. The coastal vistas we had were breathtaking!
Scotland you are a beaut!
The owners are such characters! We had such a great time getting to know them and checking out the trucks.
John O’Groats is not the most northerly point of mainland Britain; Dunnet Head is.
Scott and I used to work for a Scottish Winnipeg based company called Manrex. The founder of the company Mr.Webster used to chat to me about this monument he helped fund in Helmsdale. I never thought I’d get a chance to see it! Was so nice to visit it and pay our respects to such a great man as he passed away not too long ago. His name and Winnipeg is on the plaque which was exciting to see.
This old petrol station!! I made Scott stop and take a photo haha!