Where have I been? Pre-weddings in Europe!
This October, I’ve had a very exciting month. After my trips to Paris, Florence, and Prague, I only had ONE day to spend time at home. Afterwards, I travelled to London and Santorini for my next photoshoots.
A special one day – not for wedding photography!
After the pre-wedding in Prague, I had to travel to London for another pre-wedding photoshoot.
Although I could have taken a direct flight from Prague to London, instead I flew from Prague to Manchester. I then took a 4-hour train from Manchester Airport to Newcastle. This is because I wanted to spend one of the most important days with my family. It was my little boy – Karl’s 1st birthday.
Time really flies, from the moment I first cuddled and fed him to the point he started cruising and now he can walk about 10 steps without holding onto anything. Seeing him grow one day at a time, is a very fulfilling. He makes us feel “complete”.
What happened after the pre-wedding photography in Paris?
Coming back to the pre-wedding photoshoots, when I finished the pre-wedding photography in Paris, I almost missed my flight to Pisa! The taxi came to pick me late from the hotel that morning, and the traffic in Paris is so unpredictable and often very busy! I was actually 5 minutes late and the check-in gate had closed. Fortunately, the lovely ground staff at the Charles de Gaulle airport was kind enough to print me a Boarding Pass and allowed me to go straight to the boarding gate with 2 of my luggages :). I don’t think I would be that lucky next time.
This is the first time I experienced 3 climates within 7 days. From the very cold freezing weather in Prague, to the moderate Autumn in London, and then the very hot but beautiful Santorini. I had to adapt the climate changes very quickly. I was so pleased that everything went to plan. This time, there was no volcano ash but still there a drunk man who came into my photo during the photoshoot at night in London. He wanted me to take a photograph of him, so I clicked the shutter twice and told him to “ok, off you go now”. Luckily he was a friendly drunk guy. No harm done.
Below are some of my favourites. Enjoy!