Spring has sprung in the New Forest

Here I am on Easter Sunday writing a blog about a shoot I did yesterday. I did a wedding here at this church a year a go and I vowed to come back and take some pictures. My issue is I have 3 boys and they rather not take photographs with spring blossom! Thankfully I have great friends so I have found myself up here last night on this beautiful evening.

Spring has sprung all of a sudden this year, from greyness to full colour in just a couple of weeks. It is when nature shows what magical power it can do. It is by far my favourite time of year. 

The images below are my favourite from the shoot. They were taken on my Fuji xt2 56mm and my Canon 5d mark 4 with a 135mm lens.

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