Being out in the open for a shoot is a real joy – particularly in the autumn. I don’t know why this time of year is so exciting for me but it is: it just seems to bring out joy! Maybe it’s the colours or the first smell of wood fires burning at this time of year that make it so appealing. I don’t know.
[pullquote align=”left” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Maybe it’s the colours or the first smell of wood fires burning at this time of year that make it so appealing[/pullquote]
Anyway, this was a lovely autumnal portrait session that used the light we get at this time of year to the full. A simple walk along the path between Cuddington and Nether Winchendon (two villages really close to us) chatting and creating images as we went.
It helps that the family were lovely of course and we had quite a giggle as we wandered along. We were also lucky that – even at this time of year – it was very dry which allowed me to use the grasses and hedges to the full!
I think the shot on the bridge would make a wonderful wide framed centre piece on any wall!