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Orkney Folk Festival

Last month I took a trip to the Orkney Folk Festival with my violin-playing eldest, for a musical long weekend. Orkney is somewhere I first visited as an 11-year old on a school trip – we ate a lot of Smash instant mashed potato and somehow managed to get sunburnt off the north coast of…

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  • Kat - Gorgeous collection of images. I’m definitely putting the folk festival on my must visit list. ReplyCancel

  • Jo Koszel -  Brilliant images, Julie. You have taken me back to the Festival and captured the magic – thank you!ReplyCancel

Florence flying visit

While we’re in the depths of winter, I wanted to show you some of the pictures I took in magical Florence during a visit with friends last autumn. A small group of us from both the UK and Europe enjoy meeting up for what has become a Photography, Food and Friends time that we all…

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Autumn in Edinburgh travel photography

Edinburgh is my home town – born there, spent most of my school years there, rarely have a chance to visit these days. I think that when you live somewhere, it’s hard to see past the daily life of getting things done, to be able to view it with artistic, creative eyes. I know for…

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  • Vince Docherty - You have really caught Edinburgh and the quality of photography is superb. I moved to the area early this year but have had very little time to explore, and I will definitely use this as a guide book. We HAVE discovered Mimi’s, and made it too much of a haunt. Too tempting. Check “thisisedinburgh” on Instagram, and they will almost certainly use some of these images. 
    Vince Docherty, Haddington.ReplyCancel

    • JulieAnne - Thanks so much for looking through and for your kind words! I know you will discover many, many hidden gems as you begin to look around. A bit jealous of your move! Enjoy it.ReplyCancel

  • Julia Forsman - I cannot stop looking at these Julie. You are a wonderful photographer. Great memories and I love that I am in the pictures too. Looking forward to next year already!ReplyCancel

    • JulieAnne - That means a great deal coming from you – thank you! Really enjoyed your company and I’m now wondering where we might end up next year? Exciting! ReplyCancel

Ciao Venezia – Venice travel photography

Venice had never really been on my list of must-visit places in the world. I knew plenty of people who’d been for an anniversary trip, but I didn’t imagine myself onto a romantic gondola or sipping over-priced tourist coffee in Piazza S.Marco. What did appeal, though, was a photographic trip with 5 lovely friends from the…

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  • Rebecca Spencer - Wonderful photos Julie-Anne, they made me cry. In a good way I promise! Your people watching skills and capturing just the perfect moment are out of this world, that natural talent of yours clearly has been honed through all those weddings you shoot.ReplyCancel

  • Anna M Francken - O Julie-Anne, I want to go back! These photos of you make me long for Venice even more. We had an incredible time together and I am so glad that you are in my precious circle of photography friends. Love you XReplyCancel

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