Beautiful Wedding at Limpley Stoke Hotel in Bath!
Hi everyone, it’s been a while since I wrote a blog post! I’ve been busy, I promise. I’ve just abandoned my blog but those of you who follow me on Instagram know that I do post a lot on stories with what I’m up to.
I feel like I need to apologise for not posting here much. I will be blogging more from now.
A lifestyle photoshoot back in August in beautiful Milos, Greece.
Milos is stunning, people who live on that island are even better. Meet Maria and Paul and their boat.
Water, Sun and the Beach!
Beautiful Julia and Glen loved the idea of having their pregnancy shoot on the beach, so am I! Love beaches and water, so couldn’t wait drive couple hours just to shoot on the beach!
Meet Danni, he is 5 months old. These photographs taken a the clients home, so no backdrop set up. And the light that I used was only natural light. I love photographing babies using just natural light, its much softer on child skin than a harsh flash light.
I don’t do set up photos it’s all about life style this days!
I’m writing this post on our last night in Tokyo. Next week I will post one more blog about our travel adventure, about interesting, random and weird things in Japan.
I am writing this blog from amazing hotel right outside Imperial Palace on 16th floor with breathtaking view of a whole Tokyo. People go up in the Tokyo tower for this view, we managed to get it as part of our room rate. Which to be fair wasn’t that much. When I was looking to book the last two nights in Tokyo all the prices on Booking.com were sky high so following Lonenly Planet suggestion I went onto Japanican.com and booked it through there, everything was in Japanese but it was worth it! So do try that website, I think booking.com is good especially if you can get an app, it keeps all your bookings there in one place but it is very expensive.
We had 5 days in Kyoto, which seemed like it’s going be a lot, but it flew by.
First two days we spend around Kyoto, to start of our adventure in Kyoto, Bamboo forest was on our list as number one.
3d day in Japan we managed to have our first traditional Japanese breakfast. It was quite interesting but nothing what you expect to have in your regular breakfast. A lot of strange things like boiled pork, boiled chicken, miso soup, this thing called Konnyaku which is really weird and taste of nothing but looks like an eye ball. Ah and not to forget Natto….that’s something else… I really wanted to try it for a while since I’ve googled the weirdest foods to try in Japan. It tasted of slimey chickpea that’s been soaked in a lot I mean ALOT of strong cheese. I couldn’t manage more than two mouthfuls. I promised to myself never to have it again.
It has always been my dream to visit this exotic country.
I planned carefully, I knew where I wanted to go and what I would like to see. Of course my two main priorities are photography and food. Somewhere with nice views and excellent food.