Well, finally, here are some images from Jayne and James’ wedding from a few weeks ago. Much has happened since then, including several shoots which I am hoping to post at some point!
Many of you know that I was due to fly out to the USA to see some very good friends of mine, Tasha and Kristi, in Minneapolis – unfortunately I put my back out when I was in Florence and was declared unfit to travel Alas, I had to forego the trip …
However, after many trips to a wonderful chiropractor, Louise, at Team Health in Windsor, I am well on the road to recovery. In fact, it was Louise who helped me through Jayne and James’ wedding with a lot of work beforehand, and a special support belt on the day.
But, enough of my aches and pains, on to the wedding…
It was a gloriously sunny day, and I headed down to Bosham (‘bozzum’ or ‘bosh-um’ i never did work out) with my good friend, and 2nd shooter for the day, Nicky. The mood when we arrived was nothing short of spectacular … everybody was sooo laid back and relaxed, you would have thought that it was the day AFTER the wedding! What a wonderful way to start the day.
After a cheeky cream tea, Nicky and I headed out to do a quick recce of the surrounding area – now, check this out for a view from your front garden:
There was a causeway in the middle of all that which you can take to cross over when the tide is out, and when the water comes in it’s all just as picturesque:
Even though we had a nice sunny day, the wind was challenging to say the least – hair and skirts everywhere … we had to dive for cover at every opportunity, but still managed some great images. Here are Jayne and James looking lovely as ever:
Given that we were down by the coast, there were plenty of boats and sailing paraphernalia around so I tried to be a bit arty:
Here’s Jayne with mum and dad:
… and finally, what would a wedding be without a great best man – and James had TWO. Their speech was an absolute classic! Here they are with their gorgeous girlfriends:
Another enjoyable wedding, despite the challenge of the wicked windy weather!