A cold walk in Cambridge

Recently I was luck enough to photograph little Hettie in Cambridge.  It was one of the coldest days so we all wrapped up and set off for a walk.  We went to the Lammas Land near to the town centre and even though it was freezing there were so many people out and about.  As I always like to do I kept things simple and relaxed, not asking to much of Hettie other than smile (sometimes).  We wandered around for about an hour, by the time we finished I couldn't feel my fingers.  However it was well worth it as I managed to capture these shots I'm really pleased with.

A family at the Heath

Back in the summer I had the pleasure of photographing a local family at one of my favourite spots in Royston, Therfield Heath.  The challenge of the day was the heat.  Being one of the hottest days in the summer it was important to find a nice shady spot where the kids could relax and play.  With a picnic in tow, we sat under the tree and captured some great natural images of them being a family.  
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Toby & Lucille - Royal Wootton Bassett

Last month I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Toby and Lucille last month down in Royal Wootton Bassett.  The day began at the local church in the high street with loads of family and friends gathered waiting for the bride to arrive.  Once there, they both walked themselves down the aisle which was a nice twist to start the ceremony.  Once it was official it was a short drive over to a small village hall in what can only be described as an amazing Cotswold backdrop of a village.  An American themed party complete with cut out Elvis on the dance floor and a bluegrass banjo group was waiting for the evening's hoedown.
Great atmosphere, great people and overall great day, congrats Mr & Mrs Carter.