Here’s an image from a wedding I photographed in March last year, showing the venue in a blanket of snow. I had wandered out into the grounds to take a few pictures of the buildings to give some sort of impression of what it was like on a winter’s evening with snow on the ground – a little unusual in March, but it was that kind of winter. At least it’s identifiably a wedding that’s taking place here.
A wonderful wintry wedding on a snowy day in March, from the bride’s house in Danbury, Essex to a service at St Margaret’s Downham, emerging into an absolute blizzard and then on to the reception at Crondon Park Golf Club. A white wedding in more ways than one, so here are a few images from the day; there are others in the wedding gallery.
All taken with a Canon EOS 400D with Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F/2,8XR lens. Click on any image to see a larger version.