I have to say – even tho’ I’ve said it before – I LOVE MY JOB! One of the most amazing things about being a photographer in this glorious part of the world, is visiting the farms and the families who live there. Each one so different but so beautiful in their own unique way.
So it was, my privilege and my pleasure to capture the Walker Family on their farm somewhere in the hills of Mooi River. Paula had been given a voucher for a family shoot at her baby shower. The little bump that was, is now the most precious sausage with cheeks that are so squishable you have to control yourself. Big Sister Molly is a delicious little person totally unto herself and Paula and Ryan – two very special peeps we are lucky enough to have in this neck of our woods.
Here you go guys xxxx
One thing about moving to a new Province and being a wedding photographer; just about every location is unchartered territory.
Megan and Paddy decided to hold their wedding at Intaba View. Located right in the Valley of a Thousand Hills – the Kingdom of the Zulu. The area is named for the thousands of hills which tumble down to the almighty Umgeni River. Flowing from the Drakensberg mountains into the Indian Ocean. Needless to say, the views are amazing.
The couple decided to have their ceremony and reception at one place and wanted it as close as possible to Hillcrest, making it more accessible for family and friends.
Megan’s colour scheme was an incredibly vibrant blue, purple and green. Her sister, Candice, bridesmaids, family & friends all helped with the decor and little touches. The end result was a wonderful country-styled wedding.
The bridal party all got ready at Mulberry Guesthouse (stunning little gem nestled in a hillside on a 22 hectare wildlife farm).