It was great to catch up with Alex & Charlie again after our first meeting for their wedding early last year. This time we met at the beautiful Ness Botanical Gardens in Liverpool for their pre-wedding engagement shoot & they also brought along their baby boy for the shoot.
Living in Cheshire there are so many stunning places on our doorstep to go walking and explore the great outdoors.
Just driving through the forest fills me with excitement not every day is the same during the ever changing seasons.
Delamere Forest is definitely one of my favourite places to walk especially this time of year. I love the colours of autumn, the golds, reds and the browns. I love the sound of the carpeted leaves crunching beneath my feet as I walk through the forest.The scents of the forest and the smells of the freshly logged trees on the side of the path just blow me away.
There is nothing I love more than putting my walking boots on, getting wrapped up and going for a stroll with my two dogs. This place is perfect for a family or couple portrait shoot.
I arranged to meet Danny & Kimberley at Delamere Forest in Cheshire, we couldn't of chosen a more perfect day to meet. The lighting was perfect it was warm and the light rays were penetrating through the tree canopies.
Danny met Kimberley at a wedding over nine years ago now and for their eighth year anniversary he decided to take Kimberley for a romantic getaway in York.
Danny planned to propose to Kimberley with precise precision and whisked her off to Clifford's Tower while spending time in York.
Clifford's Tower dates back to the 11th century and was constructed by William the Conqueror as a statement and to show his power in the region. It has stood the test of time and has a dark history, but for many people this is the perfect place to propose to their partners as it boasts stunning views of York and you can see for miles around it's surrounding areas.
Danny took Kimberley for a walk around at night time and dropped to his knee on the steps of Clifford's Tower to Kimberley's surprise and pulled out a ring. Of course she said yes and the rest is history.
We had a laugh walking round the forest as I suggested they throw leaves at each other and cuddle up in a little twig built tepee's.
Their smiles filled the air as they laughed and started coming out of their shells as they started to have fun.
It was a relaxed morning as we walked through Delamere and I got to know them, it felt like I had known them both for years. There were plenty of families walking around to and plenty of dogs dashing past chasing their noses.
As the morning shoot came to an end they jumped in their car and headed off to Blackpool for a fun filled candyfloss afternoon and of course to see the famous Blackpool illuminations.