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Just sharing a few shots from a wet, wild and windy day recently on the west coast at Seamill Hydro.

The weather we had to deal with on the day was rather unforgiving. It was like a winters day, with strong winds, heavy, blustery rain, and really just a day to stay inside, under a warm blanket, with a large mug of hot soup.

Even the local seagulls had decided to bed down for the day and stay in their nests. 

However, it clearly took more than a wee bit of horizontal sheet rain, 50mph winds, and a dark, menacing sky to put Caroline off.

I watched, nervously,  as she pulled on her tartan wellies, and strutted off, with determination, into the storm Surprised smile 

It was certainly not going to be a “perfect hair day”, that much was obvious!  

A great day for atmospheric images? Well, let’s see …    

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How cute are those flower girl dresses? Red heart 

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Could these three be future James Solly customers? Winking smile 

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Yep, she’s late .. I’m sure it’s nothing to worry about though Andrew Winking smile 

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What was I saying about wild weather??

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Now this is what I call dedicated Bridesmaids!

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and finally, to finish with… something a wee bit atmospheric Winking smile 

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Just a little sneak peek from the recent wedding of Pamela and Mark, who were married at Cornhill House Hotel which is located just outside of Biggar.

As a lot of you will know, I love shooting at Cornhill. Lovely scenery, great food, efficient staff, and above all, lots of photographic potential Smile Smile Smile  

The weather wasn’t exactly what we were hoping for, with squally, driving rain Umbrella and pretty wild winds, but as I always say, it’s what you make of it on the day. Pamela wasn’t exactly shy about going out into the elements, so without the slightest hesitation, the newly weds ran out into the gardens, and before I could even catch them, they were hugging under a tree and laughing their heads off!

Fantastic!

It’s actually hard to believe just how wild it was looking at these images .. but suffice to say, I think it was really worth it… However .. I might be a little biased Winking smile

Cornhill has recently installed a new fountain, so we just had to go back out later and capture it. James Solly style of course Winking smile 

So, to begin with, this was the “Bridal” Pamela, you know? … the sensible one Winking smile James Solly Photography- Cornhill House-2

Then the not so sensible Pamela made an appearance ..

LOL!!

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We hid in the shelter of this tree as the rain was hitting the other side of it!  .. Yikes Surprised smile James Solly Photography- Cornhill House-7

Look at that sky!! .. and yes, it was still raining at this point Surprised smile James Solly Photography- Cornhill House-8

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I’ve used this mirror lots of times before, but I don’t think I’ve done this before ..  James Solly Photography- Cornhill House-10

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The new fountain ..

I’m really happy with this, even although the strong wind destroyed my infamous white brolly shortly after this was taken  Surprised smile 

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Finally, to finish the night off ..

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