Any couple who are prepared to run 200 yards up a steep inclined hill just so that I can take a shot, are top banana in my eyes!! It almost didn’t happen though, we had a huge downpour just before we met, I encountered a bad crash on route and struggled to find a way round it, and when I did get there, it was somewhere I’d never been before, in the middle of nowhere and with absolutely no phone signal, it felt like it just wasn’t meant to be…. after a few minutes of walking round trying to get hold of J+J to check I was in the correct deserted car park, they pulled up!! We went for a walk, had a good laugh, stroked a lamb and made some photo’s.
This is Julie and James, they get married in 4 weeks, and I can’t wait;
Great work Sam! Awesome frames and a lovely part of the world too – skills all round!
Quality images Sam. Loved the back story too – I hadn’t heard the expression ‘top banana’ in years!
James and lamb is my favourite photo! Fun shoot dude.
Top quality work as always Mr Docker, I’ve come to expect nothing less when clicking on your blog!
insane location! love how you captured the couple’s personalities.
Who would have thought a photographers life could be filled with so much peril! Despite all this, the shoot rocks!
Amazing work! The couple looks so happy! I love the location as well. Thanks for sharing!
Lambs? Seriously? Loved this!
love, loveeeeee that wide shot! just rad.
Great work Sam! Gorgeous couple + gorgeous location + amazing photography. Love it!.
What a magical location! Totally adore every shot.
Outstanding set Sam, love it. Well worth the effort to get to that beautiful location.
Awesome work with this session! I especially love that third frame of James + the lamb!
What a fun session, lovely work Sam!
The place is really amazing . I love the first picture in the bridge !