A Dane and a Brit meet in Paris. That’s how it starts. A few years later I’m leaving a trail of dust behind me as I round another corner of the English countryside. A little unusual for an English summer to be this dry and hot, but perfect for me and the occasion.
Bethan and Leo are the occasion today. Down the path from her aunt’s house are the ruins of a little chapel. Ruins that have now been rebuild into a little chapel, to host Bethan and Leo’s wedding. A searing hot sun over the Dorset fields, long summer grass and bright green leaves, a clear cold brook running in between, colourful flags flapping in the wind, fresh oysters and ale and cake and the best lentil stew around made this small family wedding what it was – the perfect day.
All shot on Fuji 400H and Ilford HP5, developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab.