We had an amazing day, and a very full one. We started off with breakfast at a little place called The Yellow Door (interestingly enough on our way there I spotted the Green Door and the Amber Window and several other similar restaurants - a popular notion!), and of course I asked for tea. They brought out an entire box of teas for me to choose from, and I hesitated for quite some time before finally deciding on an organic white.
I don't think I've had a 'plain' white tea yet, and this one was described as a white peony tea, which sounded perfect to me. And it was. I really, really love white teas. And on a day when I'm doing a pre-wedding shoot, and looking at wedding venues and sprinkling rose petals and taking photos of beautiful engagement rings, a white tea is just right. I think if I got married I would love to have an entire tea bar of white teas - there are so many and they have such incredibly beautiful names! And anything white goes well with a wedding :)
So we went to the venue where Robert and Lorna are getting married (the Dunadry - a gorgeous place!), where they spent ages going over the tiniest of details with their wedding coordinator. Meanwhile I wandered the grounds and found beauty everywhere. And then it was on to Dunluce Castle, and White Rocks beach for some fun shots, and after a quick dinner I was off on the flight again (through a completely empty security - nine security guards and one little me!) and home before 10! An amazing day, and a lovely tea to start it off with.
Walk length: All over! Hard to say.