Loving… a bit of home cooking. I enjoy cooking, but every so often I get bored of cooking the same old dinners. On Saturday I felt adventurous and tried some new things. First up was pea and mint soup. I can honestly say I’ve never tried pea and mint soup before and if it was…
Jenny and Daniel were married in Ballyagran Church in Co. Limerick. Afterwards, we stopped off in Adare and had a photography session in amongst the trees and the gazebo. It was great fun – they put the “party” in bridal party! We then continued on to the Strand Hotel in Limerick for their wedding reception.
Some things I loved about Jenny & Daniels wedding were:
Coincidentally, my laughing and loving this week both involving the moon… Loving… this short video of the moon rising in New Zealand. I’m a sucker for photographs and video of the night sky. It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day stuff but videos like this remind me of how small we…
My new business cards arrived today! Yey! All singing, all dancing, new recipe, improved flavour, 15% less saturated fat, probiotic – get them while they’re hot! 😉
Loving… tea cakes! My sister gave me a bumper box of Tunnock’s milk chocolate tea cakes for Christmas and they managed to survive until this week. They would have had an even shorter life expect I was away in London for the convention for a week (and I reckoned that they would have been confiscated…
While on my way home from the photography convention last week I was feeling inspired after hearing so many great speakers, but I was stuck on a train and the only camera I had with me was the camera on my iPhone. The latest version has a panorama feature which allows you to move the…
Yay! It’s Friday! 🙂 Loving… being at The Societies Convention in London this week. I got to meet some amazing photographers, attended some interesting seminars and generally had a ball. I didn’t win in my category for Photographer of the Year (all together now – awwwwww!) but as I said at the time I was…
Donna & Graham got married on a lovely crisp day in December. Despite the weather it was a warm wedding with both families being very welcoming and friendly. They were married in the Holy Trinity Abbey Church in Adare. Afterwards we walked across to the park and got some photographs of the bridal party. Unfortunately the park doesn’t look quite as good in the depths of Winter as it does during the Summer months, but by cleverly picking nice spots here and there we were able to get a great range of images.
The reception was in the Lakeside Hotel in Killaloe. Donna & Graham really put their stamp on their day with little personal touches along the way.
Things I loved about Donna & Graham’s wedding:
- The contrasting red and blue flowers
- Donna and Graham’s relaxed approach to the day
- The speeches, which were the perfect blend of emotion and humour
- Having a Garda motorcycle available to photograph
- Their wedding cake topping
- The fun on the dance floor – you can’t beat a bit of Elvis impersonation!
Below are my favourite photographs
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It’s Friday which can only mean one thing! Another loving and laughing.. Loving… being in London this week! I’m here for a photography convention but I came a few days early so I would have time to explore the city a little and also meet up with friends. I’ve had a great time so far…