Continuing with my adventures in blogland, today I’m very delighted to be sharing with you guys part 2 of my Glenskirlie Castle “double header”, this time around featuring Laura & Derek’s big day, the second of my two visits in a week back in August.
And, what do you know, another fabulous day weather wise … slightly less sunny than last time, but that’s a good thing right! Well, it is for photography anyway. I know, I know … everyone wants a sunny day come their wedding but, in truth, it’s one of the hardest conditions to shoot in … harsh sunlight creates harsh shadows, and that can just look damn ugly at times, so it’s a real battle often to get good evenly lit shots – give me a bit of cloud cover any day of the week … but not rain though LOL.
You know, it’s a funny thing but this was only (I say “only”) my 28th wedding of the year out of 52, despite it already being late August … so nearly half my weddings for the year came in the last few months – it sure was a crazy mental August, September and October – boy do I need these couple of months off just now to play “catch up” and recover :-).
Laura & Derek’s big day was just what I need though through the busy period, a very laid back chilled out day with around 50 fabulous guests – perfect :-). As usual, the pictures can tell the story of the day better than any words I can put down …
Guys, thank you very much for choosing me to shoot your fabulous day. Here’s a few of my favourite shots which I hope you all like.
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