When I agree to shoot a wedding it’s obviously a commitment that I take very seriously.  However, I was a little worried on Saturday I must admit. Kira and Trevor’s wedding was in the Quantocks and...
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When I agree to shoot a wedding it’s obviously a commitment that I take very seriously.  However, I was a little worried on Saturday I must admit.

Kira and Trevor’s wedding was in the Quantocks and the weather was awful; snow, ice and fog; so after calling every car shop the day before only to hear they were sold out of snow chains, I decided to allow 3 hours for the supposedly 50 minute journey and had to replan routes several times to avoid ending up like one of the many ditched cars I saw on route.  Anyway… a long ‘white knuckle’ story short… I made it in good time and a wonderful day was had by all.

Sadly the Groom’s parents couldn’t make the journey from Northern Ireland but he remained cheerful in the face of adversity and spirits remained high a joyful.

One of the guests was a reporter for the Purchasing Tramadol newspaper and she wrote an artical about the wedding, which features one of my photos in today’s copy.

Here’s a scan from the online version:

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