Sneak Peek ~ Wedding at Eshott Hall in Northumberland

I'm heading off to Eshott Hall again soon for a teeny-tiny wedding and I haven't got round to sharing any photos from the wedding that I photographed there in August. (We went on holiday two days after the wedding!) So here's a sneak peek at one of those photos. It was a hot, sunny day and I was craving some shade for non-squinty photos. We came across this lush, green area and I couldn't resist taking a few photos here. Here's one of my favourites.

Golden Wedding Anniversary at Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel

The internet is a fabulous thing! This Golden Wedding Anniversary party was planned from all the way over in America. Now you may be wondering why Americans would want to celebrate a wedding anniversary in Cornhill-on-Tweed. Maybe they were thinking it would be quaint to hire a British country house hotel? Plenty of American actors have got married in Scottish castles.

My Favourite Photo of the Weekend

Slightly cheating on this 52 weekends project photo today. It wasn't a shot which I set up specifically, it was one taken on a photo shoot that I did. A Golden Wedding Anniversary party at Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel. I had noticed these trainers all lined up when we arrived and thought that some guests had been having fun exploring earlier that weekend.

Family Portrait in Northumberland at Rothbury

A few weeks ago I did a family portrait in Northumberland. We went to the riverside at Rothbury which was absolutely glorious. It did mean that I was trying to find some shade to avoid harsh shadows. There wasn't much shade but we managed and here are a few of the shots that I got. There was also a massive tail back on the A1 past Morpeth so we all arrived about half an hour late! This meant that the sun wasn't as harsh but the 2 year old was more tired than he would've been.

Rothbury Riverside, Sun Sparkling on the Water

I was working at the weekend, doing a family photo shoot at Rothbury riverside. I managed to get a quick shot of the sun sparkling on the water for my 52 weekends project.

In this picture I have enhanced the blue tones and cropped the forground out to concentrate on the water and landscape behind. I applied a softening effect which makes the colours even stronger. It also gives a dreamlike quality to the picture.