Last weekend I grabbed my camera and photographed things that inspire me – textures, colours, flowers and castles. Here are some of my favourite shots from various places in the Cotswolds – Painswick Rococo garden, Westonbirt Arboretum, Beverston Castle and my own garden.
Category: West Country and the Cotswolds
It was a pleasure to meet everyone, to taste some fine food & cocktails and to capture the evening’s entertainment at Hilles house party a few weeks ago. Thanks to the Blow family and to Birch catering for a great night! Hilles house is an amazing house and wedding venue, and I hope to be back there to photograph a wedding one day! Here … Read More Hilles house wedding venue party with Birch Catering ~ Cotswold wedding & event photography
My children and I loved watching a practice session at RUSH skatepark this evening, lots of jaw dropping tricks and talented riders but Dakota, the world champion, was just awesome!
I took these photos on a family walk today at Standish wood
This was shot one afternoon last week when I took my children for a walk at Coaley peak in Gloucestershire. I am so pleased I had my spare camera in the car! The children were delighted to see a very low flying glider and that the pilot waved back at them 🙂
I took these macro shots while on a family walk at Randwick woods near Stroud, Gloucestershire. I love capturing nature’s beauty, there are lots of wonderful little things all around us, like the turquoise fungi in the photos below.
A few weeks ago I visited an amazing new wedding venue in Gloucestershire – Melksham Court. The 17th century Cotswold estate is simply stunning inside and out and is licenced for weddings, including outdoor ceremonies. Parts of it were still being completed while I was there, for example the indoor swimming pool was still being build, but what I saw was just beautiful, I fell in … Read More Melksham Court Gloucestershire wedding venue ~ Cotswold wedding photography
The Tour of Britain went through Stroud yesterday and I managed to capture a few shots. It was great to see the cyclists in action and it’s amazing how fast they were. Here are a few photos with Bradley Wiggins in the fist two shots.