Ullswater Pre Wedding Shoot
Jack and Sarah spend a lot of time in the Lake District and regularly stay near to Pooley Bridge. So an Ullswater Pre Wedding Shoot seemed like the obvious choice to easy they camera nerves prior to their wedding.
The Lake District is a fabulous backdrop for a photo shoot. The northern ranges of the Lake District consist of Ordovician slate, about 500 million years old; the central ranges of younger volcanic rock; and a southern range of limestone and other Silurian rock about 440 million years old. These highlands are dissected by U-shaped valleys, known as dales containing the lakes, some of which are artificial and all but one of which do not have the word “lake” in their names, being known instead as “meres” (Windermere, Grasmere, Thirlmere) or “waters” (Ullswater, Wastwater, Coniston Water); the exception is Bassenthwaite Lake. The animal life of the Lake District includes three unique species of fish: the schelly, the vendace, and the char; and a number of golden eagles.
On the day of the shoot it was a particularly chilly day and as you can see from these pictures the storm clouds were definitely looming. Tomorrow sees the culmination of all Jack and Sarah’s plans for their big day. We are really looking forward to our first visit to Rudby Hall and capturing their day for them.
If you would like to check out more of our pre wed shoots here is: