Category Archives: Seychelles

52 weeks, 365 days. Wow where did it go? Just over a year ago I was invited to start contributing to a wonderful project called Wish You Were Here in a Year. It’s a weekly glimpse into the life of a group of photographers who are dotted across the globe. There is no prompt, agenda…

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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…

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  • Theresa Savidge

    Stunning!!!!ReplyCancel

  • P&P Heikkinen

    Love Love Love

    Talk, Listen and Respect
    To Yourself and Each Other!
    Päivi&Pekka
    Granliden, Enhörna, SwedenReplyCancel

  • 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

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…

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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…

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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….

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