Could it be any colder? Nicky, Jess and I decided to throw ice-cubes down the vest of cold weather and go for a walk in the hills up behind Oakley. COLD, cold day but a lot of fun as we hunted for Ice Fairies. We found 3 by the way, but I can’t say where.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Ahead of the full blog later this week – the new Mr and Mrs Donnell leaving St Stephen’s Church in Up Nateley yesterday. That’ll be yesterday when it didn’t get above 0c all day and was comfortably the coldest wedding I’ve yet shot. C-H-I-L-L-Y. Much, much more to come! Also – incoming photo geek alert. […]
Look, sun! It’s an August wedding blogged in November. Can you feel the warmth in your bones? But why, I hear you cry. I know, I normally blog weddings quickly. But this one we held back because the gorgeous ladies at Rock My Wedding wanted some Maria and Iain action. So finally, here they are. The […]
I was looking forward to this one. Although I hadn’t met Dawn and Richard in person I knew it’d be a cracker because they were friends of Liz and Marcus (Gate Street Barn, 2008) and Sophie and Olly (The Paintworks, Bristol, 2009). Dawn and I spoke at length a few weeks back when she confessed […]
Look! Those lovely, lovely ladies over at Rock My Wedding have sent me a swanky badge. It’s rather cool and so are they. Clicking the badge will take you there for all manner of wedding and romance based goodness. I might also have a new wedding featured there next week….can you hear me Miss Burberry? […]
Well, maybe not, but this card is so ridiculously cute that I needed to share it. Some good friends of ours, Jude and Andrew, have just had their first baby – a very little, and very content, Charlotte Jessica. We went round yesterday to see them (and Andrew and I somehow managed to watch the […]
…..is a strong woman. Is my case she’s called Nicky. My wife of 10 years, and the mother of Jess, aka Jinks, aka, The Minkle, aka Bumpy Dog. We met in 1994 and got together in 1997, marrying in Winchester in 2000. She’s absolutely Premier League in many ways – as a mother, a wife, […]