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I need some friends (with friendly advice) in Scotland :)
My best friend of 30 years/business partner and I are in the extremely early stages on planning a trip to Scotland next Spring. We own a thriving photography business and travel to different locations shooting models. My father who is pushing 80's family is from Scotland and he has never been (his brothers have). He has mentioned on several occasions "if only." Well, business is good, so Sarah and I decided we would take our dads on our next trip. I need advice on 1)where would be good model location. I like the idea of an abandoned castle/ local scenery, but don't know which would be good for this. We roll without lights, but bring a large reflector and don't want to step on any toes. 2)Any ideas on getting my dad on a NICE golf couse. He's literally asked me to scatter his ashes on saint andrews when he dies. He spends every day playing golf. I need friends in Scotland!!!