West Wittering Beach Engagement Shoot

Joy simply shines from these two humans.  We spent an afternoon down at West Wittering beach in Sussex for Alex and Sophie’s engagement shoot. With perfect white sand blue skies and beach huts we walked and talked about EVERYTHING. Life, death, love, cats, dogs, religion, family, faith and harmony.

Sophie and Alex met at uni and were friends before getting together. I am a big advocate of that having just marrying my best friend of 23 years!

I will be blogging their amazing wedding with buddhist ceremony soon. For the moment enjoy these smiling faces!

 

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Author: Holly Bobbins

I am Holly Bobbins. I am a paper artist and wedding photographer in Winchester, Hampshire UK

I’m a mum, a hoarder of things useful and not so useful, an avid skip junkie ~ I can never go to the tip without bringing something new home!

I love scrabble, a glass of red wine, music, buttons, string ~ all the beautiful paper, old books, wooden boxes, rainbows, junk shops, birds, Thai food, sunlight through trees, shapes, patterns ~ the world is a visual feast ~ and my world is in pictures.

In both my art and my photography I want to create something that has a lasting meaning.

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