Posts tagged Couple photography session
The Nicest Swim In All The Mountains Of The World / Seljavallalaug Pool

"It was built around 1923 by a local farmer who wanted to teach young people how to swim. There were streams of geothermal water flowing from the mountains and the guys used it to fill the pool, it's all natural," an old Viking king of guy told me as we were enjoying the warm water and the views around and went on: "The first time I swam in the pool was over 30 years ago and over the years I used to work on this place. You're very lucky because if you came tomorrow, the pool would be empty. Later today people will come to clean it. They only do this once a year and you just came right before they do it, so we're the last guys to swim here for a few weeks..."

 

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Louise & Fraser / Gemstone Beach, New Zealand Engagement

The furthest down south that you can go in New Zealand's South Island lies the Gemstone Beach. Washed by the Pacific Ocean it's a windy place where the sea sparkles in the sunset and when the wind stops for a while, sometimes you can hear the sheep grazing on the cliffs.

In December we did an engagement session with Louise & Fraser, who actually live in Australia, but came home for a wedding. We had a great time with you and look forward to meeting you again...

 

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Genevieve & Jeremy / Shoreditch, London

You know the feeling when you have a certain place to walk in your mind and the other person says it out loud just when you are about to say it. That's what we brought home from our session with Genevieve and Jeremy when we strolled down Shoreditch on one beautiful October Sunday. The guys were so kind and beautiful!

G & J showed us around their favourite places and where to get the best coffee and burger. And now we also know that Sunday is the time to hang out in Shoreditch because of the big Sunday flower market...

 

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