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  A Berkshire wedding for Becky and Rob last Saturday. A very local wedding for them. The ceremony was at St Mary’s church in the next village, Kintbury, and the reception at their place of work and home, an immaculate Stud farm near Hungerford. It was also a wedding with an occasional soundtrack of rumbling […]

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  • Charlotte Hughes - July 23, 2014 - 7:02 pm

    Absolutely stunning collection of photos capturing so many magical moments. Becky looked amazingly beautiful!!!! Wishing you both a life of happiness x x xReplyCancel

    • Becky - July 23, 2014 - 8:34 pm

      Thank you Charlotte!! We really wanted someone to capture all those special moments throughout the day & Martin did a fantastic job at doing this for us!! We must catch up soon xxxReplyCancel

  • Carmen Maria Luis - July 24, 2014 - 11:48 am

    Spectacular photographs they remind me of the pictures of the great photographers of the history of photography, especially black and white, the moments and details captured are awesome, congratulations on this great work. Greetings from TenerifeReplyCancel

  A Dewsall Court wedding last Saturday for Jo and Addie – this is how to hold a wedding! When Addie got in touch with me at the start of May, there were some key words/phrases in his description of the wedding day. It included, “…. a big ol’ country house in Herefordshire…informal…fun…a shared table […]

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  A South Farm wedding last Friday for Karen and Graham. An open air wedding on a summer’s day. But then this is England, so summer had a lie in. It was a drive around the M25, up to near Royston, in the rain and drizzle. With an hour to go before the ceremony, the […]

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  • Graham - July 15, 2014 - 9:47 pm

    Hi Martin,

    The most amazing photos I have ever seen, we are in tears of happiness right now looking at these! I can’t believe how well you have captured the spirit of the day, and the way we feel for each other. Weather not required for this one, just great people and an amazing photographer.

    Thank you so so much, better than my wildest dreams.

    All the best

    Graham & Karen

    P.S. Still can’t believe how discrete your style was, your like a ghost that sees everything, and never imposes. Perfect, just what we wanted, very natural pictures :-) ReplyCancel

  A Queens’ College wedding in Cambridge for Julie and Ben on Saturday. Founded in the fifteenth century, Queens’ is Julie’s old college. (When I say Queens’, it’s not bad grammar. Initially founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou – Henry VI’s queen, it was refounded in 1465 by Elizabeth Woodville, queen of Edward IV […]

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  Last Saturday saw a Yorkshire Dales wedding for Anneka and Arthur. North Yorkshire is easily one of the most stunning landscapes in England, it was just a shame that the weather seemed to forget that it was June. Where there should have been blue skies and sunshine over that lush countryside, there was cloud […]

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  • Nina Gedney - July 4, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    Beautiful photos of a lovely wedding. I hope everything went well according to plan.ReplyCancel

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