Happy New Year and welcome to 2019! I can’t believe I have completed another Me and Mine family photography project, this is the 4th year complete. 

 

This month is full of lovely photos as we had Christmas in Scotland. It was the first Christmas we have been away from home, and it was just our little family. So plenty of beautiful places and time to capture some images. So I will start off with Decembers Me and Mine photos before I do a yearly round-up. 

This was taken at Clatteringsshaw Loch, Scotland. When we turned around the corner and saw this we were blown away, the water was like glass. Reflecting the otherwise onto it, you couldn’t tell the difference between the water and land. 

We visited Bruces Stone and went hunting for the large waterfall we could see coming through the hills. We made it to the end and was greeted by this. You can’t get the scale of it but it was huge and the rush of water coming down off the hills. 

This picture was a bit of a test as everyone had to stay very still! I had it set to be able to make the water all smooth but if any of us moved it would have made us a blur! 

Here we are at the top of Bruces Stone, it was amazing to bring the kids up somewhere so high. They couldn’t believe it when we were as high as the clouds at some point. This looked down on another big loch and all over the hills. 

You have to get a Christmas Day photo for December but this one wasn’t at home this year. Taken at our amazing holiday house. 

And here’s our first Christmas Me and Mine back in December 2015 

So here’s to 2019 from The Moores, thanks for following me along and I would love it if you joined in with the Me and Mine family photo project. Head over to Dear Beautiful to join in with the linky and see everyone’s family photos. 

2018 Round-Up 

January – A walk in Stockbridge 

February – We went Kite Flying In The New Forest 

March – So Much Snow! 

April – A Trip To Arundel Castle 

May – My Yellow Field Photo Of The Year (has to be done!)

June – A Weekend In Centre Parcs! 

Center Parcs Longleat subtropical swimming

July – Camp Bestival 

August – My Birthday Trip To A Sunflower Field 

September – Blue Pool Dorset 

October – Pumpkin Picking 

November – New Forest Walk 

December – Christmas In Scotland 

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2015 Me and Mine round-up

2016 Me and Mine round-up 

2017 Me and Mine round-up 

I am taking part in the Me and Mine photo project with Dear Beautiful for my 4th year. This project is all about capturing your family each month, and not just getting pictures a couple of times a year at photo shoots or at special occasions.

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20 Comments

  1. It sounds like you had an amazing Christmas! That photo at Clatteringsshaw Loch is just incredible! I would love to go away for Christmas next year. I love this project, I might have to start it this year – I’ve been meaning to for years! lol x

    • I hope you do, it’s a lovely photo project to get involved with, at first it’s so hard to remember to get a image but it’s worth it when you do

  2. How incredible that you’ve completed the 4th year, I love this roundup gives readers a chance to catch up on posts we missed

    • Yeah I am very pleased I’ve completed so many years so far. It’s so lovely to have them

  3. Aww, it looks like you guys had an amazing year. I’ve always wanted to go to Scotland so I’m super jealous 🙂

    Louise x

    • Oh keep it on your list to visit, it’s stunning up there and well worth our trip

  4. It looks like you had a fab time in Scotland – love galloway forest. You should definitely get the loch photo blown up and framed – getting a reflection like that in Scotland in December is something else.
    Love the monthly photo round up – it looks like you’ve had fun in 2018 – I hope you have many more adventures in 2019 (and keep up with the photography).
    Love Bec 🙂

    • Ah thank you very much. I think your right with the loch photo, I really do love it and we were blown away by that place.

  5. Ah what gorgeous photos! I am going to try and join in this year, I have meant to for such a long time. I can’t wait to document how our family changes over the year.

    • It’s so lovely to have those family photos through the years, I’m looking forward to seeing yours this year

  6. An amazing and beautiful year with stunning photos. The trip to Scotland really topped it off though and it looked so beautiful peaceful and calm there. What an end to your year xx

    • Thank you so much, it really was an amazing adventure for us and a perfect end to 2018

  7. Those pictures are stunning. Sounds like to had a lovely Christmas and made some wonderful memories,. I’d love to explore that part of Scotland.

  8. Wow, what a wonderful looking Christmas, I have not been to Scotland since I was a child I only said to my husband the other day that we should go soon. Stunning photos!

    • It really was beautiful, I can’t wait to explore another part of Scotland. Thank you x

  9. Wonderful photos! Such a great record to cherish. Christmas in Scotland looked amazing, I like the idea of going away one Christmas. Happy new year!

    • Thank you, I love having them. It was a very lovely Christmas and I would love to do it again

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