Lana and Rob journeyed to the incredible island of Praslin for their magical elopement. When we met the night before over a glass of chilled Rose we had lots to talk. We chatted about life in Dubai, about the concept of ‘home’ and I simply love hearing their extra-ordinary stories. There really is nothing more important to me than spending time with my couples before their big day, getting to know them and their love for one another. As the sun rose over the ocean the next day, their new chapter began with two rings and a thousand kisses. xxx


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  • Lana

    Chloe thank you so much for capturing our special day in this beautiful manner, we are truly and forever grateful for these memories that will last for a lifetime. My most favourite part is that you were really able to capture our emotions and happiness , we love every photo!!!! Rob and Lana xxxReplyCancel

Recently the opportunity arose for me to join the gorgeous ‘Moments that Matter’ blog circle and this is my first time posting. I am excited to be a part of this great circle because I’ve recently started shooting a lot more personal work and this is a perfect way to share some of those stories each month. I also feel honoured to be sharing my work alongside the uber inspiring and talented photographers who are here to do the same.

This month I’d like to share a little road-trip we made to a lighthouse on the island of Mallorca. Maxi has been lighthouse obsessed ever since getting hooked on Fireman Sam and the Paw Patrol so it was a trip of great anticipation and intrigue. The weather was absolutely gorgeous, the landscape was breathtaking and the lighthouse did not disappoint. Here are my boys, on their adventures exploring this beacon on the cliffs.

Follow the circle by next visiting the brilliant Courtney Holmes and enjoy her little ones exploring their new neighbourhood, not only through stills but also a little film. It’s just gorgeous.



Follow the blog circle by next visiting Courtney Holmes and enjoy her little ones exploring their new neighbourhood.

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  • […] To continue through the blog circle see what matters to Chloe Lodge […]ReplyCancel

  • Beathtaking! I am so so jealous that this is so close by to you, I love landscapes b the ocean 🙂ReplyCancel

    • chloelodge

      Thank you Justine, it was a gorgeous summer in Spain. We can’t wait to go back xxReplyCancel

  • juanita

    Looks like a beautiful place. Love the photo of the lighthouse with the sun behind. BeautifulReplyCancel

    • chloelodge

      Thank you Juanita, it was a gorgeous afternoon xReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    Those colours are amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Looks like such a fab trip! Can feel the sun warmth through the photos!ReplyCancel

    • chloelodge

      Thank you Yana, the breeze was perfect and the sunshine made it xxReplyCancel

  • Rachel Roscoe

    Yay for taking personal photos and such a wonderful place to capture them in.ReplyCancel

  • Sheree Kershaw

    Absolutely wonderful colours and moments.ReplyCancel

    • chloelodge

      Thank you Sheree, I have often looked for ‘the’ moment before but I am really relaxing more into the in-betweens too xReplyCancel

  • Tara

    What a beautiful mini break!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Robinson

    Chloe, I intended to come back last month and add a comment about your stunning images.  I love each one of them individually; love the blues, the light and shade that you have captured so masterfully.  I bet being in Spain seems a lifetime ago xxReplyCancel

    • chloelodge

      Thank you Natalie, it really does feel a lifetime ago. We can’t wait to go back xxReplyCancel

  • […] This blog post is one link in a circle of extraordinary photographers who each month post a personal post about what matters to them. Follow the circle to see what matters to Chloe Lodge this month by clicking here. […]ReplyCancel

Two and a half years ago a weekly blog was started by a very lovely lady by the name of Nicola Berry. She was living in France at the time and had the idea to create a place where she and some of her fellow photographers from different corners of the world could share a weekly glimpse into their lives. A postcard from their world sent to one another, with every photographer taking a turn to curate the post, then simultaneously shared by all. And so the Wish You Were Here Project was born. It’s an amazing global story because even though not all of the contributors have actually ever met in person every week there is an often spooky and undeniable poetry between the moments shared.

At the end of last year, having followed with eager admiration for a while, I was invited to pull up a chair in their special home. I readily accepted with nerves and excitement knowing I would be joining some of my favourite photographers.

Today we venture into week twenty nine, where the time has gone I’m not quite sure, but things are in the midst of changing for our little family once more and so I felt it was a perfect moment to gather my first twenty six Wish You Were Here postcards altogether. Mostly featuring the adventuring Maximus, there are a few guest appearances thrown in for good measure. I hope you enjoy the journey we’ve been on so far, let’s see what the next six months holds…

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Ever since I arrived into the Seychelles I have been in love with the landscape here. Sure the beaches are nice (ahem, amazing) but there is even more to these islands than simply breathtaking sandy stretches. When I first met Ben and Jess, they mentioned they were keen for some engagement pictures so I suggested we take a mini hike together and to my delight they agreed. Our session together was a celebration of their time living on this beautiful island, it was a bow to their love and exciting times ahead and last but no means least it embraced the gorgeous nature which surrounds us everyday. Wishing them every happiness for a fabulous wedding this summer, adventure on always you two xxx

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The Seychelles is one of those few places left in the world where the most gorgeous beaches remain as they’ve always been: pure, untouched and almost always empty. When clients of mine from Dubai mentioned they were visiting this tropical archipelago for a holiday and were keen for some pictures, I was over the moon. We chatted, enjoyed the soft sands and drank sundowners on the terrace (at the end of the shoot of course!). It was incredible to see you Ayla, Rudy and little Aden. Please come back soon xxx

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