Wedding: S + M

07 October 2015

You know sometimes when you're out and about and you briefly spot a couple who is just so YES. Who just look so right for each other and your heart does a little fuzzy flip of happiness that the world has brought two perfectly suited people together!? That is literally Sarah and Matty. Except this time they didn't flash past me in a supermarket or on the train. I got to the spend the whole diggin' DAY with them. And basque in the loveliness of all their friends and family. And eat a full 3 course dinner. And laugh way more than is socially acceptable for a wedding photographer to laugh at the speeches.

It was the most splendid day ever and by the end of it I felt like an old friend. Not to mention the heart flips I was doing for WEEKS afterwards while editing their little, happy faces. People are so great. And I'm so happy I get to meet so many new, cool, interesting people on a daily basis.



And I think that is as good a picture as any to end this blog post on. You can see more of my wedding photography here. Or come and chat with me on twitter here. 

Venice ¦ Part 5

01 October 2015

So, I'm spending the first evening of October dreaming about being back in Venice again. Specifically, being (relatively) tanned, having prosecco on tap and always having pizza within a 3 metre radius. There are so many incredible, splendid things I could say about Venice but the most splendid of them all is CALORIES. Because calories do not count when you're on holiday and they certainly don't count if it's upwards of 30 degrees outside. Everyone knows that. Case closed.

We spent the majority of our third day in Venice pretending to be cultured and walking round a palace. The fact that I can't even remember the name of this palace says enough about that. What I do remember however is that we spent a really ridiculous amount of time stuck wandering around the underground prisons. We walked past the same lost American family 6 times. And as everyone knows, the third meet is, in the words of Micky Flanagan, "one of the toughest social situations known to mankind", so double that and imagine our discomfort. I'd rather not dwell on it. Here's some pictures, feast ya eyes on the architecture (and pizza).

Have you ever been to Venice? Are you planning on going? TALK TO ME.

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