As our year finishes with a bang and a very busy December for weddings we look back over our highs and lows over the last 12 months.
Many of you will be aware our greatest low was the loss of our greatest supporter my much loved mother after a long illness, it was my decision to give up the rat race of the high tech industry to care for my mum and complete my photography certifications and get our business of the ground that lead us to where we are today, and it was the greatest decision I've ever made, especially when I look at this years highs.
From Justin & Laura on a very windy Isle of Portland in January, to battling four inches of show to get to Simon & Alice last weekend in Hook in Hampshire we have met so many wonderful people, and made so many new friends in the process it really has been an honour to capture so many special moments.
One of the most endearing themes that have run through nearly every wedding is family, from grandfathers battling all the odds to walk granddaughters down the isle to the unrequited love shown by fathers from blended families, and we can only hope to see more and more of this as well as the family love we see at each wedding.
As you may have read in our blog "It shouldn't happen to a wedding photographer! not everything goes to plan and last Sunday's wedding was nearly the same we we woke to 4 inches of snow luckily we have our little old 4x4 that struggled past all the other stricken traffic struggling to get up hills to get us to the venue on time, even if we did have to leave early and of course not forgetting my own slip and slide as I face planted in the snow trying to get into the car in the first place. injuring my knee yet again and adding a bruised shoulder this time, but hay nothing stops us getting to a wedding.
So as we have no wedding bookings for a few weeks, we will be getting ready for the new season and beyond.
So that just leaves us to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
With love and Best Wished.
Roger and Susie.