Scotland-based photographer Joanna Eliza travels to Glencoe for another couple photoshoot


Scotland-based elopement photographer and videographer Joanna Eliza recently shared her latest outstanding work with her clients at Glencoe.

Joanna Eliza shared magical photos of a couple with perfect captures on her Facebook page; as per the photographer, these beautiful shots were captured due to snow dusted over the mountain tops and the bright sunlight all over them.


While sharing surreal photographs of the couple, the talented photographer shared a caption adding that Scotland’s weather is quite unpredictable. Still, mother nature treated this couple really well, as the weather was the cherry on the cake during the photoshoot.

The couple tied the knot at Glencoe in the presence of their parents and pets, which Joanna Eliza beautifully captured.

The Scottish couple exchanged emotional vows, tied the knot, drank from the quiach and set an oath in stone before returning the stone to the land.

In the photographs shared by the young photographer, Joanna Eliza, the couple looked stunning in traditional Scottish wedding attires. The white gown looked surreal on hazel brown mountains and golden sunlight.


In her caption on her Facebook account, while sharing photographs, the photographer wrote, “The snow dusted the mountain tops, and the sun shone brightly for C + K who, being from Scotland, are all too familiar with the wild Scottish weather! So Scotland really treated them!
Together with their parents & their doggo Ruby, C + K exchanged emotional vows, tied the knot, drank from the quiach and set an oath in stone before returning the stone to the land.

We spent the day with them exploring Glencoe, a place they love and letting Ruby run wild (if you look closely, you can see her wee face peeping out behind C in the first image).
I say it for every elopement, but it doesn’t mean I mean it any less – as we really are so so honoured we got to capture such a particular time for them both and truly so grateful to have met them!”


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