Storrs Hall wedding photography
A small intimate spring wedding at , Lake District for Paul & Julie from Wigan. The weather was sunny & dry for all of the day and we had a ferry crossing on Lake Windermere (with the Guiness!) on St.Patricks day. Storrs hall wedding photography is very spectacular if the weather is good. Dramatic skies on the lake, sunsets are always good there plus the colour in the gardens especially in September reminds me of Armathwaite Hall with the red ivy outside, storrs hall wedding photography provides great opportunities down by lakeside as it has access to equal Lowwood hotel
A small intimate spring wedding at Storrs Hall, Lake District for Paul & Julie from Wigan. The weather was sunny & dry for all of the day and we had a ferry crossing on Lake Windermere (with the Guiness!) on St.Patricks day. Julie looked amazing in her dress! storrs hall wedding photography in the summer is brilliant with the setting and the colours.Even when the weather is grey and cold as it was on this wedding inside the building provides so many varieties of photography; staircase, dome, red carpets, period rooms in most of the building, pricket fence on the lawn, walk to lakesdie…the list is endless. Of course the views are wonderful looking up to the north you see the Langdales on a clear day. Most couples opt for a boat ride of some sort which can be fun if the weather is nice but if its cold it can be a bit of a hassle. Storrs Hall is central to Windermere and accessible by car from the M6 within 15 minutes so this is worth considering if your asking your friends travel from afar.
More colour + different angle on the stairs
Walk down to the lakeside – cold!
PhotoShop Effects olde world
Back to Storrs Hall to retire into the warmth!