Weddings…. 15 years of brides, grooms and first dances!
Working with my wonderful wife Jill, we were professional wedding photographers.
Taking photographs of over 120 weddings in beautiful Churches and Civil ceremonies where we lived on Dartmoor, and further afield as far North as Clevedon in Somerset and South as far as Burgh Island off the South Coast of Devon .
Now retired, but as a general photographers we were asked to do all sorts of photography.
Jill was official photographer at Chagford Show for many years and judged the photo competition entries at the show.
She also took food review photos for “Dartmoor the Country Magazine” Okehampton Times, publicity photos for Hotels, B&Bs Guesthouses even pet photos. I was always there as back-up or technical adviser, especially at food reviews when we got to eat the goodies.
Loads more wedding photos stored on Google Photos. Or by clicking on the photos below.
Jill’s wonderful wedding photos are on her website.
A brief history of how I became involved in photography is on my ‘About’ page.
Jill and I have had several Narrowboat holidays from as early on as 1975. It was always our aim to own a boat and have the leasure time to enjoy the Canal network.
Our first private boat was Naiad in 2005, then Eliza Jane in 2004 and most recently Chrissie in 2016.
please visit my Canal Narrowboats pages for much more.
Some Chagford Show photos, years 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012
See loads more by clicking the year photo below. Opens my Google Albums in a new window.
Castle Drogo sits on top of the Teign Gorge, and from Furlong on Dartmoor, where we used to live, it dominates the horizon. Please select an album from the thumbnails below for more photos of Castle Drogo on my Google Photos.
The Hunt Meeting at Chagford on Dartmoor
Every Boxing Day the Mid Devon Hunt meet in Chagford on Dartmoor before setting off for a ride over the moor. Not to everybodies cup of tea these days but it’s a long standing tradition in Chagford, and brings hundreds of people to the village square every year. The pubs and local businesses appreciate the colourful, friendly gathering.
Photos below link to more stored photos.
A small selection of photos from around the moor. Pleae select a category below.
There are so many to choose from, here are a small selection of my other favourites