Toni & Sam's pws at Harvest Moon

15th November 2014
Wow... that was wet!

The forecast was very bad for Friday. And it was. It was very bad.
Normally in these circumstances I get in touch with the couple who are due a shoot, and ask if they want a re-schedule, but with Toni & Sam travelling up from Wiltshire - we didn't have the luxury of any spare evenings or weekends.



They knew it was going to be a wet day - and were still up for the shoot.
Suits me - I'll take photos in any weather, and the Canon gear I use has good weather sealing (just as well, as the camera was constantly soaked.

So, we'd decided to meet at Harvest Moon treehouse site, where Toni & Sam's wedding will be in May. I got their about 20 minutes before them , had a scout about - got pre-soaked, then our couple arrived.

Basically, we just went for a walk in the rain.

Now, all this may seem quite boring, but it excites me, because it means here we have a pretty couple (Toni is going to look super cute in a wedding dress) that are brave, and definitely fall into the category of "lots of great dramatic photos no matter what" , instead of the "oh, it's a bit breezy, we're just going in for a pint with our pals".

Yay.

We've even penciled in a post wedding shoot on the beach for the Sunday after the wedding. Going to be good.

Harvest Moon as a wedding site should be quite exciting too. Much like the Tyninghame Log Cabin but on a much larger scale. In fact, from the Harvest Moon beach area, you can see the Log Cabin.
The site is split into two. A tree house "glamping" area with around 10 newly built raised cabins, and a tent section, where the night time marquee will go.

I've 2 weddings booked so far for there in 2015, oddly exactly a month apart.

So anyway - here's to our brave couple for this week - my last pre-wedding shoot booked for 2014 - but the second one for 2015.
Next year is well and truly under way - and is looking quite exciting !


G.x





PS my boots & jacket are STILL drying out after 2 days.

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