Glamping with the Shooting Sisters
The Shooting Sisters are a group of girls who are just amazing - a group of 26 female photographers empowering and supporting one another...it's like a staffroom for photographers in our lovely group. 18 of us managed to get away glamping a few weekends ago. Time for talking, tea, wine, plenty of photos and general amazingness. We also had a photoshoot on Saturday morning and then in the afternoon we had a workshop (in a tent!) with the lovely Kate Hopewell Smith who I adore. Wheelbarrow races in the evening were my favourite bit of the day...
I want to say thank you to all of the girls for their constant support and friendship over the past ten months - it's brilliant! Some of them have posted their posts about the weekend today too (with far more amazing detail shots of where we were staying as I didn't seem to capture many at all during the weekend, too busy talking I think!) Check out the links at the bottom of this post! :O)
And then I had fun playing around with double exposures...its the little things in life!
I wanted these tins, how gorgeous are they? I have to say the facilities at Featherdown Farm in Littleworth, Oxfordshire were amazing - staying in tents that were more like lodges was amazing, highly recommended if you're looking to glamp in the near future!
At absolute beaut of a sunset and millions of tiny spiders spinning their silky webs across the field.
It was freezing but I had such an amazing time with the other girls, I love this photo of Lauren by candlelight!