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Kate and Craig’s wedding was held on her parent’s farm outside Clunes, near Lismore in Northern NSW. An aisle had been mown into the grass to the wedding location under an ancient fig tree. The setting was idyllic and guests had come from around the world.
Then it rained. And rained. And kept on raining. We all hoped for the weather clear up. But it didn’t and the ceremony was quickly moved to the back verandah of the house. Didn’t matter though. This was a fun wedding with great people and lots of laughs. The jacarandas were in bloom and the rain meant the grass was lush. Kate’s bouquet and hers and Craig’s shoes provided some great orange sunshine for the day. And Pimms. Lots of Pimms for the Englanders.
Another great day to be a Northern NSW wedding photographer.
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I got to stretch as a photographer and do some work that was a bit different to normal last week. Here’s another photograph that is more than the average beach wedding photography from Northern NSW. This one taken just outside of Byron Bay.