Roisin & Neal

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February 13, 2014

The storms keep rolling in this winter. They seem endless. And this day was no different. But even storms have their own rugged beauty. The winds coming in off the Irish Sea were fierce but Neal and Roisin joined me at the beach, wrapped in blankets with smiles on their faces. I knew from that moment this was going to be a great afternoon and we stayed until our toes and fingers told us it was time to go. And I’m glad we did. We were fortunate enough to catch the light before the grey blanket of cloud and rain folded over again. The light and colour shifts and moves so quickly here. This session was a gift from Neal to  Roisin who has a real passion for photography herself. They got married last year but didn’t do portraits like this so we decided it would be great to wear the dress again. I love photographing photographers, they are up for anything and they’ll brave mountains, the sea, the rain…frostbite… for good pictures. I heart, heart, heart these two.x


Charlotte 14:47 February 13, 2014
What an absolute dream. This is so, so beautiful.
Alise 15:13 February 13, 2014
Just beautiful Paula!! Love them all :) xo

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