Burrow Mump, Somerset 21 Sep 19
I have shot many wedding’s now at the Registry Office in Taunton, and no wedding is ever same. This was certainly the case with Emma and Paul’s wedding. On this day in Taunton, we where blessed with some lovely autumn light, the ceremony room was filled with soft light, making the images as nice as they could be.
After the ceremony, Emma and Paul dived into the beautiful classic Volkswagen camper van. They then headed across Somerset to Burrow Mump. The choice to shoot their couple photos on Burrow Mump was unreal! Nothing screams Somerset much more than this location. I never would have imaged when I started wedding photography, that I would one day be shooting on this hill, with a bride and groom.
On arrival to Burrow Mump, the Sun was out, we had a light breeze and dry ground conditions. We spent a good forty five minutes here taking in the scenery, and enjoying the sun. After we got some photos on the hill, I had to make the most out of this beautiful camper van. What an amazing edition to help bump up their wedding album this was. My life current life goal is to save up for a camper van, and travel, and shoot. So be able to use this as a photo opportunity was amazing. And very inspiring.
After finishing up at the Burrow, we headed on to a local village hall in Stoke St Gregory. Here we got some photos of guests and the speeches. I was hired out for a half day for this wedding, and it was all that was needed. The day went so fast, and its a wedding to remember.
A big congratulations to Emma and Paul! Thank you for having me document your big day. Im hoping to use the burrow again some day for a wedding shoot!