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Sep 2010

Wedding at Aswanley, Huntly

Susan and John’s wedding at Aswanley, Huntly

John and Susan’s wedding on the 24th July was a great wedding to photograph. We started at Castle Huntly with Susan getting ready and then headed off to Aswanley to meet John, Gareth, and Euan (who’s wedding I photographed in 2006). I had never been to Aswanley but was delighted to find a beautiful setting set in the heart of the countryside. The service was outside in the grounds which was a stunning backdrop.

After the service, we took all the groups in the garden area while the quartet played, and the guests sipped champagne. The beautiful weather made the whole scene idyllic.After photographing the groups, the couple boarded the Rolls Royce Phantom to be taken back to Castle Huntly where we took a few shots with the castle in the background and the rest alongside a very picturesque stream.

Formal shots here and informal shots by clicking here.

I have known John for many years and as he is an IT professional, we have lots of chats about technology. It was no surprise that John chose to have digital files. Even although there were over 1100 images taken, with three of us working on Sunday, we got all the images on-line on the Sunday.

I also delivered a disc with the files to John’s parents house later on the Sunday John was delighted to receive it so quickly although he had already been showing all his friends and family the images on his Ipad in the afternoon at the barbecue. He has since ordered and had delivered 3 hard backed preview books so both families could have one as John and Susan are back to the US to work. 

See below for a slideshow of some of the images


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