As a weekend off, I've had a pretty busy one.
Saturday afternoon, after braving a detour to end all detours, I landed on the doorstep at Dreghorn Photography's Studio again. Stuart was holiding an open day and several photographers and models made it along for a chat, gossip and a few photos. I managed to get a few shots of the lovely Mishka in a equally gorgeous sari. I also met the model, Nicole Abbott, a young lady I'd narrowly missed at my shoot in Perth (she'd had a fall on her way back up North and missed the shoot), so I managed to grab a few quick shots of her too.
Sunday was a networking day I had organised in Eglington Country Park, down by Kilwinning. I'd scouted out the location the week before, but had planned this a good month in advance. Still the weather gods smilled on us once again and we had sunshine and blue skies. I picked up Jane from Gaia Noir and Edmee from the station and met up with the other photographers at the park's visitor centre. A wee while later, our third model Clare also appeared with her entourage.
A little while later, the three ladies clad in distinctive outfits that Jane had brought along, we made our way over to the ruins. We took some pictures there and then down on the nearby bridge before returning to the Tournament cafe for a snack, drink and quick change. Clare changed into casual clothes, Edmee and Jane changed into some more outfits from Gaia Noir.
Neil (one of the other photographers) and I stole Edmee and Jane for a slight detour before meeting the others at the Tournament bridge. A bit of a cheek, I know, but I hope the other photographers didn't take it to heart too much. At the bridge itself a few more shots were taken, with Clare showing a great deal of bravery in climbing to the top of one of the turrets at the end. Jane juggled and Edmee posed and around 4 hours after arriving, we were ready to head home.
Another change in the visitor centre toilets and I dropped those that needed dropping at the station and drove home to collapse.
Reviewing the photos a bit more, I realise my sensor needs a clean....ah well.