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Arrival in another Italian hill town so we can re-group and say goodbyes. But who wants to leave quaint #Umbria ... So beautiful.

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User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 19, 2017 3:22 PM (UTC)
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Ok last tip for the Highlands of Scotland from our recent trip for now, though I can’t promise I won’t share more later as #Scotland and France are two countries I always come back to when latergrams are a consideration 😝😍 We found this lovely little cottage coffee and gift shop not far from Newtonmore and Laggan and while it’s not well marked with more than a sign for coffee, I believe it’s called the Kiln Room Coffee Shop. Since @dante.vincent & I were in need of coffee in order to continue our Highland explorations, that sign alone was enough. And the coffee was more than worth the stop. We also found a lovely gift shop with local pottery, knit items, quirky gifts, soaps and stationery. Such a delight of a diversion! We had a lovely time chatting with the owner too. Like almost all Scots, she was friendly, quick with a story and kind with her words. Next up: one night in Edinburgh and, finally, my first ever visit to Glasgow!! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland
If you talk to anyone who has traveled with me, they’ll tell you I’m a chronic over-packer. ☹️ But I’m trying to be better!! 😊 So for this trip to Scotland, when @barbour gifted me a jacket and two jumpers (aka sweaters), I decided to build a capsule wardrobe around those items to see if I could truly pack light. Short story: I still need to work on this. 😂 But if only I’d known before we left how perfect and comfortable this exact outfit was for exploring Scotland in October, I might have been able to truly stick to one small bag only. So, a note for those of you planning Autumn trips to #Scotland, this outfit consisting of: the #Barbour jacket + jumper, a pair of insulated or lined pants such as my old @kerritseq & completely waterproof/weather-proof high boots such as my well worn @hunterboots wellies - works like a charm. I basically lived in this every day and never wanted for anything else save perhaps a scarf or hat. • What are some of your favorite brands for trips like this? 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #travelfashion #BarbourWayOfLife #LoveScotland #scottishhighlands #sonyalpha Thank you for snapping this photo of me in action @dante.vincent 🙏🏼😘
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 17, 2017 2:11 PM (UTC)
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When the time came to check out of @inverlochycastlehotel and head back down to the city, @dante.vincent and I both had heavy hearts. Leaving the Highlands is always hard for us because we love Scotland so much and in particular the wild, windswept landscapes that characterize the area. In fact, we both hope to call #Scotland home one day and if we had to pick a place now, it would surely be somewhere in the Highlands. (Don’t tell him I also plan to have a little cottage in France. The two countries are the two halves of me!) Anyway, we took our time, and lingered around Loch Laggan. That’s where we spotted this gorgeous estate through the last of the Autumn leaves clinging to the twisted trees that line the shore. Danté had rented the Sony 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens from @borrowlenses so we had no trouble capturing this scene. With just my 24-70, I couldn’t have gotten close enough. The land Ardverikie Estate sits on is steeped in history, going back to the beginning of recorded time in Scotland. Primarily it has been private, used for sporting and once hosted Queen Victoria. It also was featured in the television series ‘Monarch of the Glen’ in which it was known as Glen Bogle Castle. Ardverikie Estate is now owned and run by descendants of its original founder. They offer holiday cottages, wedding venues, options for sporting and still lease parts of the property and estate for filming. In a country with no shortage of stunning estates and castles, I think this stands out as one of the loveliest. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #ardverikieestate #scottishhighlands #lochlaggan #sonya7rii #sonyalpha #ShotwithBL #bokehlicious
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 16, 2017 10:18 PM (UTC)
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Thank you @glenmorangiecom for this moment of zen. #ad I’m getting ready for a night out while enjoying a dram of Glenmorangie Lasanta, extra-matured in Spanish Oloroso Sherry casks. Feel the whisky’s tastes online through The Distillery’s three new sensorial films which I enjoyed because they helped me feel the whisky’s tastes in a new and innovative way. Follow the link in my profile to see what I mean. 🥃 Sláinte! (Which is pronounced “slawnt - cha.”) #Glenmorangie #ASMR #drinkresponsibly #asmrglenmorangie
One of the properties that @visitscotland so kindly arranged for @dante.vincent & I to review during our trip was @inverlochycastlehotel. Renown as one of the best castle hotels in all of Scotland, a member of @relaischateaux and a true “step back in time,” it was a treat to be sure. But I had to almost laugh when, after being left alone to settle in to our elegant room before dinner, we opened the windows to see the most glorious sky and sunset of our entire trip to Scotland. It was as if I could hear Mother Nature audibly wanting to compete with our stunning man made surroundings, to remind us that nothing outshines the natural world. Or perhaps it was because we’d had a string of gray days, rain and a lack of sunshine leading up to this moment, so we were simply unprepared for the scene before us. Who knows. What I do believe is that this is a scene I won’t ever forget. I thought the clouds looked positively fake, a painted set from a movie or a theater backdrop. I wish we’d had time to walk to the Loch on the hotel’s property, stopping to say hello to the resident coos or just relishing in the vibrancy of all the shades of green. But dinner is a serious affair at Inverlochy Castle Hotel, where men must wear dinner jackets and I needed more time than normal to get ready after all day mucking about in the woods. We only had one night at the Castle and I was determined to make the most of it. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #relaischateaux #inverlochycastlehotel #sonya7rii #sonyalpha #alphacollective #sunsetsky
More Scotland photos to come, also thinking of France on this most horrid of anniversaries... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇫🇷 But I’m glad to announce a partnership between two of my favorite brands. Voluntarily btw, I’m not being paid to share this. It’s the launch of ‘The Hudson’ camera / laptop bag by @onabags & @zioandsons. The Hudson was inspired by @thisoldhudson, which I visited last week with a group of creatives from New York City. We all met up at the lovely @wmfarmerandsons before shopping for French antiques at @redchair_hudson and noshing on the most delectable pizza + Italian wine at @oakpizzanapoletana. Having followed Anthony online for what feels like forever, I was thrilled to find out he and his recommendations for the town of Hudson are as awesome as it seems they would be online. And This Old Hudson, which is his vision for a modern guesthouse in Hudson, lives up to the hype. I’ve been using ONA bags for many years now so it was also no surprise to find out that The Hudson is a bag in line with all their others. It is expertly crafted, beautifully designed and thoughtful in detail. I can’t wait to carry mine around the city and when I travel. I’ll be sharing a link to the bag in Stories, in my profile and on the blog. See more at #ONAxZIO • Oh and this year, $10 from every bag purchased on the @onabags website supports grants for emerging storytellers through their Storytelling Fund. I love that! • #whereONAgoes #onabags #hudsonny #thisoldhudson #zioandsons
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 12, 2017 4:00 PM (UTC)
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Check out @dante.vincent’s feed to see a drone shot from this spot: Old Inverlochy Castle. Though our trip to Scotland was mostly a vacation, @VisitScotland assisted with a few aspects of the itinerary. They made the suggestion to stop here, while we were in Fort William, before staying overnight at Inverlochy Castle Hotel. I’m so glad they did! The trees around the castle were colored in the full spectrum of Autumn and the sun even came out for a few minutes while we explored. It was built between 1270-1280 by John “the Black” Comyn right on the banks of River Lochy. At one time it had a moat and was one of the most important castles in Scottish history, the backdrop for two major historical events; the first and second battles of Inverlochy. Old Inverlochy Castle is now in ruin, but it’s incredible to think about how it has remained almost unaltered since it was built. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Oh and for all my fellow #Outlander fans, the “Fort” in Fort William fell into disuse by the mid 1860’s. That was when the railway came, cutting though the land on which the Fort was built along Loch Linnhe. So no, you can’t visit that. But this is, I suppose, as close as you might get in this area. It sure did remind me of sets from the show. 😉😊 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #OldInverlochyCastle #FortWilliam #SonyAlpha #sonya7rii
Thank you @glenmorangiecom for this moment of zen. #ad This is Glenmorangie Original which I am enjoying curled up at home while watching my current favorite TV show. Feel the whisky’s tastes online through The Distillery’s three new sensorial films which I enjoyed because they helped me feel the whisky’s tastes in a new and innovative way. Follow the link in my profile to see what I mean. 🥃 Sláinte! (Which is pronounced “slawnt - cha.”) #Glenmorangie #ASMR #drinkresponsibly #asmrglenmorangie
The enormity of The Three Sisters in Glen Coe is difficult to capture in picture form. It requires a full frame camera like my Sony a7R II and a wide lens, or the capture of a panorama image. I did capture a pano this time and I’ve shared it in my latest blog post, which you can find via the link in my profile. But this Photo essentially shows just one & a half of the “sisters.” To capture it, @dante.vincent & I crossed to the far side of the road from where the parking lots are, hiked up the side of the Glen till we couldn’t see people. And then we paused, to take it all in. I reveled in the quiet, in the enveloping feel of the moss and heather underneath me as I lay down to take this photo of Danté. As stunning as it all is, there’s a sorrow here too. One that I think should always be remembered. As best I can tell from research, the story is this: King William of England offered the Scottish Highland clans a pardon for their part in the Jacobite uprising of the 1680’s if they would swear an oath to him before December 31, 1691. Alasdair MacIain, Chief of Glen Coe and a MacDonald, tried to make the oath but was turned away and sent to a different location. By the time he made it, the date was 6 January 1692. So on the 2nd of February, 120 soldiers arrived in Glen Coe under the command of Robert Campbell. As was customary in the Highlands, they were given hospitality by the MacDonalds and for the next 10 days & nights the troops were given food, drink and lodgings. On the morning of the 12th, Campbell & his men fell upon the "rebels,” killing all under the age of 70. They succeeded in murdering MacIain, his wife plus 40 more. Many others died because of the weather, while trying to escape. It is said that the MacDonalds were murdered to make an example to other clans and that the order was signed by King William himself. What would Scotland would be like today if they’d been successful in any of the Jacobite uprisings that took place during the 17th & 18th centuries... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #SonyAlpha
When it first became apparent that our plans to visit the Isle of Skye were going to fall through...I was definitely sad. If I’d known then that we’d end up staying at @glencoehouse that night, I don’t think I’d have cared in the least about the mistake @dante.vincent made with directions. Our stay was the biggest and most pleasant surprise of the trip. In fact we loved Glencoe House so much, we are already planning to return and stay there again during a future trip to Scotland. One in which we will also plan more carefully for Skye since that is huge on our list of places we want to properly explore, not rush through! I can’t thank Danté enough for treating us to this stay because I was in pretty poor health by this point in our trip but the honor bar in our room, the private jacuzzi tub, fireplace and in-room dining made me forget all my health woes. What’s a severe sore throat and chest pains when you have the choice of aforementioned private jacuzzi OR a claw foot soaking tub with a view. Why not both?! 😍 The service was also exemplary, the bed like a cloud straight from heaven and the view over the Village of Glencoe as well as its Loch: simply, sublime. Plus, my beloved @steamlineluggage case looked as if it was made for Glencoe House. I already can’t wait to return. I just hope James is still there wearing his kilt and welcoming us with a smile. He was the creme on the sticky toffee pudding of the whole experience. Reminded me of an older Jamie Fraser ala Outlander and as you know, I’m a huge fan of the books and the show... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #SteamlineLuggage #LoveScotland #GlencoeHouse #glencoescotland #luxuryhotels #luxurytravel #scotlandhotel
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 8, 2017 1:07 PM (UTC)
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I just did a Facebook Live last week with @vanguardworld about travel photography and one of the things I said is that I’m always trying to better my skills in portraying the full range of places I travel. Landscape photography is “easy” and popular to share, especially here on Instagram, but it doesn’t communicate the full depth and range of places on its own. Without the people, the animals, the food & the details of a country, you miss out on so much of the story. For a place like #Scotland especially. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sure the landscapes in Scotland are STUNNING. But in Glen Etive for example, it’s not just the scenery that draws me. It’s also the wild Scottish red deer that graze in the Glen, as far as I know, all year long. We visited during what I think is the height of the rutting season in Scotland. This is when the large dominant red deer stags compete against each other for mating rights. I’m told they can be heard roaring and bellowing in an attempt to attract the female deer. The rut will draw to a close soon and then the stags will spend the winter feeding to regain strength for the following season. There were so many of them during our trip that at times we had to stop the car and simply watch, waiting for them to move. That’s when the females were so friendly they came right up to @dante.vincent, unbidden, trying to steal his midday snack right out of his hand, which I thought was adorable! (And yet also conflicting given I don’t think feeding wild animals is kosher.) But this Stag was all by himself further down the Glen toward the end of the road and we watched him for a long time, never going close, not bothering him, only observing. 🦌 Shot at 70mm f/2.8 on my @sonyalpha a7R II. #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #GlenEtive #SonyAlpha #sonya7rii #VisitScotland #glenetivedeer
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Nov 7, 2017 12:54 PM (UTC)
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I’m having a problem. Wherein I’m paralyzed with indecision about what photos to post from our Scotland trip. I’m my own worst enemy where my photos are concerned and so I normally don’t like most of what I capture, or I immediately think I could have done so much better. This time I’m caught between that state and one in which I think so many good photos came out of this trip, that I can’t possibly narrow it down to choose what to share and what not to 🙆🏼🤷🏼‍♀️ But post I must! So here’s a photo from Glen Etive that I captured on a timer with my @vanguardworld VEO tripod and my @sonyalpha a7R II. I’m calling this the Fairie Glen even though I’m not actually sure it has a name. It just immediately struck me as a place of magic and mystery, which often in Scottish history was associated with fairies. This spot is in fact nearly invisible from the road that took us through Glen Etive but when I climbed the ladder that took me over the fence to descend downhill and out of sight of @dante.vincent who stayed in the car - I immediately felt as if I’d left Scotland and entered an alternate universe. One in which the trees looked like something from Japan, the rocks from the river I learned to swim in as a child in Vermont and the moss from a forest in the Pacific Northwest. All of those elements and yet it WAS still Scotland. I wish I could tell you more about how to find this spot. I wish it had a name. And yet, I don’t. If you can find it when you @visitscotland, you’ll have truly earned it. And an earned adventure is always better than one that’s clearly marked!! 😉🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #sonya7rii #vanguardworld #lovescotland #visitscotland #GlenEtive #SonyAlpha #OnlyWithVEO
We left Monachyle Mhor when it was still dark, intending to get all the way up to the Isle of Skye. Due to some miscalculation with the ferry time table though, we ended up not making it. Our backup plan wasn’t too shabby since it gave us an afternoon and the next morning to explore Glen Coe and Glen Etive. This is a favorite area of #Scotland for @dante.vincent and I both but we’re not alone in that. It’s an area of the Highlands that’s busy all year round. Photographing it without lots of people in your images though just means a little extra work. You can’t park your car in a lot and expect to get a great shot without working for it. You have to hike and walk about a bit to find the right perspective. That’s why I was extra grateful for the jumper and waterproof jacket that @barbour gifted me in advance of the trip and the @hunterboots that I bought a few winters back. It’s taken me many trips to Scotland to figure out just the right clothes to wear so I can explore properly no matter where we go or what the weather is and this time, with this combo, was ideal. Thank you for capturing this moment, Danté ❤️ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #barbourwayoflife #lovescotland #visitscotland #glencoe #travelfashion
To say I was excited to return to Monachyle Mhor during this trip to Scotland with @dante.vincent would be a heck of an understatement. So grateful to @visitscotland for making it possible. From my earliest trip to #Scotland, it’s always been my top recommendation for places to stay in the Highlands. When I first visited just for dinner many moons ago, owner Tom Lewis and his wife Lisa had several businesses in @themhorcollection and if they’ve not doubled the number that existed at that time, then they are well on their way. I’m not sure you will find two people in all of Scotland who are as hardworking and creative as they are. I just learned while researching for this caption they even have their own annual festival on the grounds of Monachyle Mhor ala Glastonbury or Coachella perhaps — except if I know these two, twould be way better. Perhaps that’s next on the Bucket List of Mhor Collection experiences but needless to say, our all-too-brief overnight was delightful. Especially cocktails and canapé in the Lounge before dinner with resident Black Lab, Betty. Danté and I were sad to learn all of the nine puppies she recently brought into this world were already spoken for. You’ll find the hotel is very off the beaten path but the winding road along Loch Voil that leads you there is so sublime in and of itself that you might not notice how long it takes to get there. (Click on the location tag to see a photo of the exterior taken by uber talented @nicole_franzen.) 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿#monachylemhor #themhorcollection #scotspirit #visitscotland #lovescotland
While driving through @lomondtrossachs on the way to Monachyle Mhor, @dante.vincent and I passed the Falls of Falloch which are part of a network of natural features in the park that have specially created viewpoints designed by young architects. Part of the first round of Scottish Scenic Routes competitions, each stop offers its own unusual reward. At Falloch, it’s a sort of tunnel created by John Kennedy that is entitled ‘Woven Sound’ and it highlights a quote by Dorothy Wordsworth, sister of William Wordsworth, taken from her diary. Set in a peaceful glen and falling 30 feet, the falls are an abrupt step in the passage of the River Falloch as it makes its way down Glen Falloch towards Loch Lomond at Ardlui. I recommend wearing a good pair of wellies to explore the area as the amount of mud is only exceeded by the level of beauty in the Glen. However, there is a well worn dry path for those who just want to walk to the Falls themselves. Swipe left to see the full installation and a photo of the Falls. Part of the quote says, “The noise of waters did not appear to come this way or that, from any particular quarter: it was everywhere, almost, one might say, as if "exhaled" through the whole surface of the green earth.“ You’ll have to visit to read the rest! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #VisitScotland #LoveScotland #WovenSound #LoveLochLomond #LochLomond #fallsoffalloch #barbourwayoflife
From the Isle of Arran, @dante.vincent & I drove to Monachyle Mhor via Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. I can’t help but pass Loch Lomond without thinking of the oft sung lyrics,
“O ye'll tak' the high road, and I'll tak' the low road,
And I'll be in Scotland a'fore ye,
But me and my true love will never meet again,
On the bonnie, bonnie banks o' Loch Lomond”... 🎼
Though I’d passed, and stopped at, the Loch before I’d never seen this twisted tree along the banks. Since I do in fact have a true love and he was with me, I thought it would be nice to have him pose for me near said tree. I’m so grateful he has fallen as much in love with @visitscotland as I have. I first came here as a single woman and at that time dreamt of one day having my own “Jamie Fraser” but who needs a dream when you can have the reality of a good man, Scottish or no. Plus, everywhere we have gone all the dogs have fallen in love with him and the wild deer come up to him immediately as if he’s some pied piper of forest creatures. I kid you not. Oh, and he likes Haggis. It’s too funny. Or maybe it’s just Scottish magic... Now if I could only get him in a kilt, but at least he adores @barbour as much as I do 😝 #ScotSpirit 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #LoveLochLomond #barbour #sonyalpha #alphacollective #lochlomond
Swipe left for more photos from Scotland’s Isle of Arran, including an adorable Heilan Coo! Arran is just 432 square kilometres but it packs a punch in terms of its physical beauty and the variety of things that there are to see and do. @dante.vincent & I only had the better part of a day to explore so we didn’t even get to scratch the surface of what’s possible. See his feed for even more photos of adorable Heilan Coos, including one that looks like a brown bear 🐻😍 Despite the short visit, we still fell in love with this gem of an island in the Firth of Clyde on Scotland’s west coast. During our overnight at @thedouglashotel, we experienced the island‘s exceptional culinary reputation first hand, including their own rather delectable Arran Whisky. While driving home from the Machrie Moor Stone Circles, we saw our third rainbow AND it was pointing right at the Scottish Saltire. Having seen two rainbows just before that on the ferry crossing from Ardrossan, it made me think of an old blog post I once published claiming Scotland is the home of magic. Three rainbows in one day seemed nothing short of mystical and it’s certainly a first for me. Even though the weather on our ferry ride back to the mainland the next morning wasn’t as clear as the going over, I still found myself out on the viewing deck, hanging on so to speak to the last glimpse of Arran...hoping we can return again one day for a taste of their famous cheese and hopefully, much more time exploring. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #IsleOfArran #VisitArran #sonya7rii #sonyalpha #alphacollective #🌈🌈
Skipping Glasgow for now to talk about #Outlander! Any fellow fans of the show out there? I’ve been watching it from the beginning and finally got @dante.vincent in to it, binge watching episodes to catch up with the current season. Needless to say, he is hooked! We love all things Scotland so we naturally gravitated to the show. While visiting the Isle of Arran yesterday, we went on a wee hike to the Machrie Moor Standing Stones, Arran’s best known archaeological site. There are multiple circles and many different stones, set all around a plot of land close to the water, gently undulating, featuring old crofts and lots of sheep. It gave us the opportunity to pay homage to @outlander_starz and indulge in the fantasy of dreaming we’d be able to touch the stones to get magically transported a few hundred years into the past. One can dream... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #LoveScotland #ScotSpirit #outlanders #outlanderseries #outlanderstarz #outlanderfans #jamiefraser #clairefraser #sassenach #sonya7rii #sonyalpha #machriemoor
User Image kirstenalana Posted: Oct 25, 2017 10:44 AM (UTC)
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Yesterday, @dante.vincent and I landed in Scotland. We always planned on vacationing here this year and we’re so excited to be doing that while also partnering with @visitscotland for some elements of our trip. After picking up the car they arranged for us in Edinburgh, we drove immediately to Rosslyn Chapel, founded in 1446 as the Collegiate Church of St Matthew. From the Visit Scotland website, “The chapel took some 40 years to build and its ornate stonework and mysterious symbolism have inspired - and intrigued – artists and visitors ever since. Today, there are countless theories, myths and legends associated with the Chapel, many of which are impossible to prove or disprove conclusively.” You might know Rosslyn Chapel from the book or movie series by Dan Brown or Knights Templar stories. It’s easy to see why so many myths exist about Rosslyn when you visit. No photos are allowed inside but I can tell you there certainly is something mysterious about the carvings that cover every surface telling Biblical stories, moral messages or celebrating nature. It somehow looks nothing like other churches and yet exactly as it should, since it is still a working church. The Chapel is in the village of Roslin, Midlothian and from there we will travel to Glasgow. My first time in the city even though I have been to Scotland many times, and I’m really looking forward to it! #ScotSpirit #LoveScotland #VisitScotland #RosslynChapel 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Oh and I’m so excited to be shooting on my brand new @sonyalpha a7R II for this trip that I purchased just before we left. After years & years of trying out seemingly every camera system on the planet, I’ve settled on this and the Fuji X-T2, that I recently borrowed from @fujifilmx_us, as my two favorite bodies. While I had to give the X-T2 back, I plan to purchase that in the future for assignments where I can travel lighter and a full frame isn’t a necessity. Happy to answer any questions you have about either! #sonyalpha #sonya7rii
Pretty much consumed with packing for Scotland starting tomorrow with @dante.vincent but another unusually warm day yesterday made me grateful for the invitation from @ledistrict to dine as their guests at Beaubourg at #LeDistrict. It wasn’t difficult to savor one last outdoor meal under the trees, on the water, with starlings visiting us for scraps of our delicious French bread or frites and a @greygoose cocktail that tasted of summer. I think I’m really ready now to trade the sundress I wore to brunch and then a housewarming party later on - for wellies, wool and tartan. Who cares if Autumn in this city was completely schizophrenic, Scotland has never let me down no matter the weather and I truly can’t wait to fly there tomorrow....