Anna Henly - Photographer Edinburgh
 If you would like to support Macmillan Cancer Support, please visit our Just Giving page to make a donation: www. justgiving.com/Anna-Henly    Excerpt from article in Edinburgh’s “The Scotsman”/”Evening News” on Monday April 5 Text by Hazel Mollison, Photo by Dan Phillips Here comes the bride, getting into her stride…………  It seemed the perfect cure for wedding day nerves. Anna  and her groom Robin persuaded their friends and family to take part in the Bupa Great……..
Another fun photoshoot hyping up children………As if they weren’t already wiped out after thrashing rival Edinburgh schools rugby teams I was soon putting them through their paces to capture some unique images of their schooldays. Cunning fatherly plan for a surprise Christmas present for mum.   Just hope their mum loves them as they are, and not scrubbed up with a white background……….    I look forward to seeing these talented and committed young players running out at Murrayfield in 2020………. ……..
A few pictures from the zany Edinburgh Rat Race 2009 – the urban adventure challenge that some of us look forward to all year…………. This activity (for points!) is “throw-a-mate”.  Funnily enough, most of the mates being thrown into the Scottish North Sea at Edinburgh were the women, bullied into it on grounds of reduced weight. Couldn’t really argue this point. My greatest worry was losing my contact lenses in the sea. My mountain biking skills are……..
The Enchanted Forest sound and light spectacular in Pitlochry, Perthshire has begun. The theme this year is ” Scottish Myths and Legends”. Come nightfall Faskally Wood is hoaching with faeries, witches, kelpies and bogey men. Tam O’Shanter is here and even Robert the Bruce and spider are hiding in a cave.           Tickets to the Enchanted Forest can be found at http://www.enchantedforest.org.uk/tickets.aspx……..
Tonight’s frozen AND burnt pizza offering tastes even WORSE  – after a gourmet mushroom foraging weekend in the magical woodlands at Ardanaiseig House Hotel, near Oban, on the west coast of Scotland. From all over the UK, a group of sixteen had travelled to Ardanaiseig House Hotel, winner of “Scottish Romantic Hotel of the Year” to learn how to identify and cook edible fungi.  Dick calls them “free groceries”. Soon we began to find mushrooms that we could eat…..  And……..
 An enchanted tree has appeared before legendary Scottish author Walter Scott on Princes Street, Edinburgh  – as a preview of the October Enchanted Festival in Pitlochry, Perthshire – whose theme is “Scottish myths and legends”…….   Tickets for this year’s Enchanted Forest are NOW ON SALE! To buy your tickets visit  http:/www.enchantedforest.org.uk……..
This annual event takes place in Ludlow, and this is the third time Robin and I have made it down from Scotland to take part. This time Robin had come all the way from Stavanger, Norway! Danny Mason, on behalf of the Wolverhampton Wheelers Cycling Club, designs a 70+ mile route through some of Shropshire’s most dramatic (ie steep) landscapes. We started with a 1525 ft north face climb of the Long Mynd where……..
This was a tough assignment, but someone had to do it………. This job in Glasgow was particularly fun – the hardest part was turning down squads of aspiring female photographic assistants ………I felt a bit selfish. I hadn’t been able to resist bragging a bit (to girls) about the tempting brief I was sent: Photograph a rugby team creatively……….. The client was O2, and they were needing creative photographs from a variety of deserving……..

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