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Personal post: We go honeymooning in Cornwall.

Cornwall coast landscape photography

The title probably gives away how horrendously bad we have been at updating any personal blog posts over the last couple of years. But i’m having a productive week so I thought it was probably time I shared some photographs from our adventure to Cornwall!

Over the last week we have delivered our final wedding gallery of the year, posted out all outstanding USBs and placed our final wedding album order of 2017. With everything being work work work, I thought it was about time that we post something a little more personal for a change.

As some of you may know, in September 2015 we got married ourselves. You can read all about it and see the photos here if you’d like. Or alternatively we also shared some information ourselves in another blog post.

Essex wedding photographers go honeymooning

Following our wedding, we didn’t have time for the honeymoon we’d have liked unfortunately. We had other weddings to photograph a few weeks later, so we always planned to have a honeymoon the following year, when we had a bit more time off. Instead we decided to take mini moon. We weren’t quite sure where to go, but having admired it from afar for well, forever, we decided to take a trip to Cornwall. If you’ve ever travelled to Cornwall from the greater London area, you’ll know just how long of a journey it is. It seemed to take forever to get there, especially with two excited dogs in the car too.

And after 7 hours of driving, with just a couple of miles to go until we reached our destination, boom. An older gentleman pulled out on us and hit the side of our car. Not what you need and definitely not a great way to start your honeymoon.

The beautiful Cornish coast

But that aside, we had a lovely time. The Cornwall scenery is absolutely beautiful. When you’re used to the concrete jungle that is London and surrounding areas, it’s like another world.

What’s more, the dogs had the time of their lives. All day every day spent walking and exploring. Beaches and cliff tops and lots of things to sniff. They came back to our cottage every day absolutely exhausted. I think we all did actually. But it was so worth it.

We would love to visit again and we plan to in 2019 if we get the opportunity as we have a couple of weddings booked in down that way already. So if, by chance, you happen to be planning a wedding in Cornwall in 2019 we’d love to hear from you. And if you’re planning a mini moon too, we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Cornwall.

Until then, here’s a very brief look at some of the photographs we snapped whilst we were away. We only took the camera out once, for fear of it turning into a bus mans holiday.

We hope you enjoy the photographs (there are a couple of mobile phone ones in here too that we couldn’t resist sharing!)

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