Dessert Pop-up Dulce

Wow, I had an amazing time at Helen Vass‘ Dulce, a dessert pop-up. Seriously, I can’t sing Helen’s praises enough and I’m going to keep my eye on Dulce returning in the future. I’ll let the pictures do the talking (not that they can convey how delicious this was).

 
 

Wayne

I met this dog in a pub. Finnieston is full of dog friendly pubs. This was in Ben Nevis. I think his name was Wayne, but I’d had a few rums by this point.

 
 

Bristol

This month I visited Bristol to speak at Web Dev Conf. It was a short visit and I didn’t take many photos. Also, this set is very disjointed. It includes a Burrito eating challenge, a photo walk around Bristol, a visit to Full Court Press and a shot from my plane window.

 
 

Day Out In Edinburgh

Ayden and I visited Edinburgh for a few hours and hit up Mary’s Milk Bar. I’ve heard a lot about this place and usually there’s a queue out of the door. Apparently, they make their own ice cream daily. With it being October, however, I opted for a ‘hot chocolate float’. The topping was mint choc chip. A very fattening day out!

 
 

D’awww

Sleepy Indie is the cutest.

 
 

Bye, Prince Harry

My neighbour has moved out, which means no more Prince Harry photos. He grew into a handsome cat and I wish him all the best on his cat journey! I don’t think he ever liked me much. We never really understood one another. Bye, Prince Harry.

 
 

Indie Enjoying the Evening Sun

One of my favourite things to do is take my dog, Indie, to the pub with me. It’s very sociable. A lot of people will approach you and start conversations. She also enjoys being by my side while I sip on a gin and tonic.

 
 

Dogs and Coffee

I was thrilled to find this magazine in a book shop in Manchester. It’s called Dog and is about dogs. I love browsing through it with a cup of coffee. My two favourite things!

 
 

Last Days of Summer

Well, that’s summer gone. We didn’t have many good days. With being a wedding photographer it felt like I was always working on the sunny days we did get. Nic and I managed to finish work early one Friday in September, however, and take our dogs up Conic Hill.

Indie had an operation this year to remove a lump, so I’m wary of what she’s capable of now she’s getting old. I said to Nic, “Let’s keep an eye on Indie and only walk as far as she wants”. Well, Indie pulled us right to the top. She’s a trooper!

 
 

Drizzly Glasgow

Ugh, Glasgow was looking mighty depressing on this day. I’m trying to get into the habit of carrying my camera everywhere, and let’s be realistic—in Glasgow that means a lot of dreary shots like this.

 
 
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