Those talented Farmers are still utterly knocking it out of the park when it comes to incredible images. I like to think that Adam's brilliant flash training has more than a little influence in this. He is excellent at teaching in a very hands on way and although people mostly come to the class to take away their fear of flash, many of them actually end up embracing the creative possibilities that flash has. And at this time of year, that opens up opportunities for portraits after dark like this awesome one from Zoë Campbell.

Not many of us can say that we grew up in a real castle but Zoë did, in this one in fact! She now lives close by and the castle is a wedding venue so she knows the grounds well and this must have been such a fun job for her. I'm not sure if the effect of the back lights was by intent or a happy accident but either way it is an incredible image. I'm a big believer that embracing mistakes can be part of what drives creativity and fresh direction. So I was blown away when I saw this. Adam is teaching at both Farm Week 16 and our upcoming Elements workshops.