Sunday, April 20


Definition of triptych in English:


Line breaks: trip|tych
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪptɪk/


  • 1A picture or relief carving on three panels, typically hinged together vertically and used as an altarpiece:a triptych depicting the Crucifixion
  • 1.1A set of three associated artistic, literary, or musical works intended to be appreciated together:a triptych on the theme of the holocausthis triptych of one-act operas is unfairly neglected


mid 18th century (denoting a set of three writing tablets hinged or tied together): from tri- 'three', on the pattern of diptych.

Yesterday, late in the afternoon on another ridiculously lovely april day, I had a shoot with Grace and Gordon. They really did look as pretty as a picture before we even began so it didn't take much skill on my part to make these photos gorgeous! 

We wandered around Stockbridge and Inverleith park and I have to admit, although I live quite close, I was totally unaware of the amazing views of Edinburgh from this part of the city. Luckily Grace and Gordon knew some of these special spots so my job was half done!
With these shots I wanted to create a bit of a narrative, a kind of mini series of little love stories. Obviously I was trying to be careful not to be too cheesy but they are in love and you can't deny a good love story!! It's something a bit different for me but I thought this 'Triptych' style really suited the photos… 

…oh, and one random one cos I like it too much to miss it out!

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous photos, Charlotte. Edinburgh is a beautiful city x