A quick post today to update you all on our Christmas opening times and to wish you all a very Happy Christmas. This year we are not working over the Christmas period (we try to keep every other year just for us and friends and family) so will be closed from the 24th December through to the 8th January.
If you need us urgently please do call and leave a message or send us an e-mail and we will get back to you as soon as we can. If your message isn’t urgent we will reply fully when we’re back on the 8th January although the chances are I will pick up e-mails some days during that first week of January.
An absolutely massive thank you to all of you who we’ve photographed this year, it wouldn’t have been such a wonderful year without you and we’ve enjoyed every minute of sharing in your wedding days and portrait sessions. As another year is coming to a close we’ll be looking back on this years weddings and choosing our favourites to add to the galleries early on in the New Year. We’ll also be looking forward to all the brilliant weddings (and portraits) we’ve got planned in the diary for 2018 and beyond! 2018 is shaping up to be another busy year for us and we are almost fully booked (with no availability at all left in July and August!) which is wonderful.
As those of you who read the blog regularly will know we have a border collie called Pip who is now a very old girl (12 and a half). Every year we endeavour to take her Christmas photo in front of the tree with mixed results! She hates having her photo taken and as she gets older she’s got more and more stubborn at refusing to look at the camera. We thought we’d try a new technique this year and try to capture her on our phones instead. Needless to say the shutter speed is a lot slower, she knew exactly what we were trying to do and there were a lot of bloopers! Please excuse the quality but here are a few for you to have a look/laugh at!
From the three of us here we hope that you all have a very Happy, Healthy, Restful and Merry Christmas and we hope to see you soon!
We even tried to get some in the snow which she adores but she just wanted to play!