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Simon and Rebekah Polhawn Fort Wedding Photography Polhawn Fort is the furthest I have travelled to this year, but I wasn’t phased by this, as I love being by the coast, so after a few hours drive to Rame, Torpoint in Cornwall this was an easy drive for me. As soon as I arrived this place […]

Craig and Andy Click images to view full size I met Craig and Andy at the end of 2013 to arrange my first civil partnership wedding. The spring-time date is fast approaching and at one of my favourite venues, Cripps Barn near Cirencester. Sister or Big Brother to my favourite venue of last year, Cripps […]

If viewing on a tablet or smart phone please tap image to view correctly and then swipe. Emma and Ian have chosen a great Cotswold venue, it was one of my favourite venues of 2013, perfect for photographers. It floods the place with natural light and has all the extras to make great photos as […]

Natalie and Jim Wedding photography is hard work with long challenging days, but the rewards are so great, and this wedding was no exception. It was a 9.30am start to capture all the natural shots of the bride, her bridesmaids, daughter and mum getting ready, it’s all about documenting as much of the day as […]

  Day 246 – Traces of evidence Er, no officer I wasn’t taking pictures whilst driving, ok so maybe I was but I was in control and still had one hand on the wheel (not the camera jog wheel) plus it was only for 1.6sec plus .4sec to put the camera down. It takes longer […]

  Day 243 –  Field of gold. After a run of  lovely sunsets, all of which I had previously not had time to get out for, I was not letting this one go, so armed with my Nikon and my pooch it was time to race up the hill before the sun sunk behind the […]

Day 235 – Looks familiar. Definitely a case of Deja Vu. If you have read my blog before then you’ll understand this post!   

  Day 223 – Jumping for joy! So on to my fourth wedding in 6 days, this happy day was set a stone throw away from Tetbury at Kingscote Barn. This was a lovely wedding where detail and design was well considered, so whilst the bride was getting ready I grabbed the chaps for a […]

  Day 221- Groundhog Day! Not too sure what is wrong with me, but it’s happened again, no photo taken apart from my morning stroll to the office snap shot, if only I had bumped in to Bill Murray, but then if that had happened I would of taken a photo of him!  

  Day 220 – Fail safe to the rescue… again? So last week was bonkers, snapping well over 5000 photographs and today just the one picture to start the fresh new week, my one building, one spot on the way to the office, Déjà vu? Feels like it!  

  Day 219 –  Depth of Field So after a run of three weddings this was a great day to wake up,  blue skies, sunshine, fluffy clouds and a 2 and a half hour drive back to Cheltenham. Now it’s time to process and sort through my bounty of 5ooo+ photos, wishing my finger wasn’t so heavy […]

  Day 215 – Historical Beams It’s not a secret that I have a serious love for the Battersea Power Station or Chelsea Bridge for that matter. So as I was in London seeing a great family friend, I took and opportunity to snap the Illuminated Icons whilst doing a little feature for Photography Monthly […]

  Day 214 – My fail safe As you will know if you have been following my blog that I have to take one picture everyday for a year, easier said than done, especially if it’s to have any substance! This does lack on occasions, but a picture is a picture and that meets the […]

  Day 211 – Watching your crops grow. Nothing beats spending time with your family and little ones. today is no exception. After a storming drive down to Plymouth last night we woke to a glorious day, good thing really as we had planned a nature walk around Buckland Abbey, topped off with a canoe […]

  Day 210 – A lightening pitstop So granted it’s not the must impressive photograph, but yet again I had to capture my one shot for the day, so on my way to Plymouth with the family we flew in for a quick stop before we drove through one of the biggest thunder storms I […]

  Day 207 – Clouds full of water So my training for the Cheltenham half gets back on track, haven’t run for a while so managed just under 5 miles, but at about 3 and half miles in I had to stop, put the water down, take a few breathers and take in the view, […]

  Day 206 – Sunset high-rise Today I wanted to get out and catch one of the lovely sunsets I keep missing, so poised at the door trying to see if the sun and clouds were going to dance together to give us a closing show performance I waited with camera, hugo and baby car […]

  Day 188 – Singing from the same page. Wow, I was minutes away from failing this project, 1 photo everyday for 365 days. Now the rules are you can post them whenever but the photo must be taken on that day, I have been close a few times, and some of the pictures have […]

  Day 187 – Rotten window view. As I walked to the office this morning still in shock at what would normally be a grey summer is still peacocking blue skies and a delightful orange disc up above. The architecture in Cheltenham is beautiful but really shines through when the sun is out, the golden […]

  Day 183 – End of the day for our little friend? So today we got a phone call that someone is interested in our 2 seater convertible, the poor little Mazda skateboard doesn’t get the attention it should, now that the baby has arrived. The weather is getting better, and I think the summer […]

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