flower love

I dont really know anything at all about flowers but there’s this one flower in my garden that’s just beautiful! Its a bit wobbly and all alone but its just so pretty!

[and now that i had the camera out i snapped a few other flowers hanging around the garden too]


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personal project 52

For the lovely new followers on my little blog, this is a project i began in January for two reasons; 1. to push my self as a photographer, and 2. to depict a year in my son’s life and his development.

This is week 15 (slightly behind!)
He had a fun play-date with two of his friends – Connie and Dai – at Connies house (he LOVES it there!)
They played football, dug in the mud and found lots of wriggly worms:)

When we got home, our new ground floor doors were finished and I’m loving how you can peek into the room without Tobias noticing you…

{Tobias 2 years, 6 months, 7 days}

Eb+Dave {married} preview

OMG – just HAD to share this!

It’s very rough, very few, and very early but here’s a couple of shots from yesterdays wedding in beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside!

Will post the full story when I’ve got more photos to show;) But for now, here’s to the new Mr and Mrs Williams! x


Ali + Ben {married}

This was my first wedding of 2012. And it was a beauty! Amazing people, amazing church, amazing venue. The only thing that was not amazing; was the weather! Hard core rain all. day. long. But Ali and Ben was great and not afraid of getting the wellies and umbrellas out:)

We started with the girls getting ready at a relative’s house in Clifton, Bristol. It was a relaxed morning with the most calm bride I’ve ever seen, and the wonderful Ellie Jones (cardiff) did the girls hair while they got ready.

We then got off to the grand Woodlands Church in Clifton where Ben was waiting. It was a lovely and funny ceremony by Pastor Nigel Savage.
After a few shots at the church it was off across the Somerset country side to the beautiful Coombe Lodge in Bagdon.

We managed a few rainy shots outside but had to make a run for it when turned torrential!

It was such a beautiful day and I’m so grateful for Ali and Ben to have chosen me as their photographer.
I know they’ll have a wonderful life together:)

Here’s a few of the photos from the day while i finish of the rest for them. Hope you’ll like them:)



{Eb+Dave} a pre-wedding session


Well, this is Eb and Dave:)
They are getting married on the 21st April back home in lovely West Wales. Im really looking forward to this wedding as I just know its gonna be awesome, fun, different and totally THEM:)

For now, its their engagement, pre-wedding, trial session – call it what you like, its a great way for not only getting comfortable with each other, but also a great practice for the couple to relax in front the camera. Eb and Dave were not huge fans of having their photos taken, but i think they did really well!:)


a bonus post

    As promised, a little bonus post of Tobias as I took lots last week:) This session is from a walk we took, exploring the new area we’ve moved to (Rhiwbina, Cardiff, UK). We found a little stream across … Continue reading

a little bit of spring


it’s the 23rd of March and today we had a very unusual 18 degrees Celsius! I took a walk down to my new little village and met some of the lovely local shop owners that i hope to be doing business with one day. I also found an amazing tree. I realise a lot of people are taking pictures of the blossom but this is my take. I even did a little practice run of a ‘ring shoot’ with my own lovely rings in preparation for the first wedding of the season tomorrow! 🙂

Week 8 (52)

uhhhhh this one is so late…
I did actually manage to take this weeks photos right on time but I was of back to Denmark over the weekend so ‘lost’ 4 days last week.

We went back to out great local forest – I hope we will keep doing this as its so great to see him explore out in the nature! His biggest problem on this trip though, was that some trees had fallen down (as old trees do!) so throughout the whole walk he kept saying “oh no! tree fell down!”…a lot(!)
But we also said hello to the trees, touched them and climbed them a bit – as he said “mummy, Im good at climbing trees”

Not sure we’ll ever get to see any wild life as he dont really get the whole ting about being quiet yet, but we did see mole hills. His favorite cartoon has recently been about a mole so he was excited to see them…so much that he felt he had to walk to each and everyone one of them to say “Hello Mr Mole – are you home?”

When we got home he had a little snack to recoup his energy and then it was out in the garden to play – loving the days with warmer weather!

{Tobias 2 years, 4 months, 18 days}