When I was young, fit and at school, we used to run the hills of Newlands Forest with alarmingly regularity in preparation for the rugby and cross country seasons. I still run those hills. Sort of. I’m not sure you can call it running. More like walk-run-gasp-crawl-run. The upside when you’re going through that pain is that when you look up (more like ‘if ‘ you look up), is that you are in and amongst some incredible surroundings. Any forest is beautiful, but Newlands Forest is particularly so. And she seems to change her face continually, so that each time you go up, there’s something new to discover. On to the McQueen family. As I stepped out of the car I received an SMS from Jeanine saying that it was very windy. Huh? This wasn’t wind, it was a breeze. And so too was the rest of the shoot as we ambled premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/alcoholism/ around, jumping over fallen down trees, throwing pine needles in the air and just generally losing ourselves in the moment. I let the kids do the running this time around and they went for it with all the zest and gusto they could muster – up hills, down hills, through the long grass, here, there, everywhere. Then we had a special, tender, tear-jerking moment as mom and dad had a little kissie-poo and cuddle under the trees as we relived their wedding day for a moment or two. Heh, heh, wonderful stuff. So McQueen, McQueen, McQueen and McQueen, well done, it was awesome meeting you guys – you were a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy your photos!