So lucky to get the opportunity of using a unique venue for Linda's model shoot and to top it all the weather was fantastic, hope you enjoy a few of the images.
Well another busy week with beautiful weather, a great excuse to go to the seaside - well I had to go anyway since I was taking a look at the wedding venue for a wedding in August, always like to have a preview to sus out the place, check the lighting and location for shoots, as it turns out the registry office is a beautiful old building with lovely large windows giving great light with some lovely garden areas for the after ceremony shoots. So with the weather being so good we decided to spend some time enjoying the seafront and the sunshine which gave me an opportunity to get some candid shots.
Then when we had hoped that the weather would hold for the Darling Buds of May Classic Car Show on Sunday, what happens the heavens open - well I guess true to form for an English summer event!!! However, didn't stop us, even though it meant spending a good deal of the morning sitting in the car out of the lashing rain! Some people however carried on determined not to let the weather spoil their enjoyment! Luckily by lunch time the skies cleared and the sun came out and it proved to be a beautiful warm sunny afternoon, and meant I was able to get out and grab a few more candid shots, never know what you might find, although I have to say even I was amazed to find the 'Foxy Lady'!
Well it started well with a family photo shoot which was great fun and some lovely images - then it was off to celebrate my granddaughters birthday, held on a farm with lots of opportunities to try my hand at equine photography, and today I had to part with my much loved bike - although I hadn't really ridden it much lately, so when my husband decided to put both bikes on ebay, I decided to have one last ride - well that was my mistake - because it had been a while since I had ridden it and I had completely forgotten that I needed to get out of the saddle and onto the pedals when I stopped, because the bike had alas always been a bit big for me, meaning I couldn't reach the ground when seated! So I forgot, stopped put my foot down and yes you guessed it I couldn't reach the ground and over I went followed by the bike, unfortunately I have now learnt that at my age I just don't bounce so well as I used to - plus the house wall was rather too close, meaning I fell head first into the back wall of the house - ouch!! So drama all round, paramedics called, but I am happy to say no real damage apart from my pride - felt a complete idiot when asked what I had done!! Although had the last laugh when the paramedic's car rolled clean off the drive into the road because he had not applied the hand brake!
So so long bike hope you are good to your new owners!
Just mad about photography!!