December 22nd and Kate & Neil tie the knot in a romantic ceremony on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. The ceremony took place in the beautiful sea side town of Sorrento, a few hours drive from Melbourne. The town was abuzz with people taking advantage of the summer school holidays. The reception was 15 minutes up the road at the world-class golf resort of The Peppers Moonah Links & The Golf Course.
Kate, a landscape architect, chose the location for their wedding for the exquisite beauty of the area and also for the rugged Australian landscape. One of the most important aspects in planning their wedding was the photography. They wanted to not only have the emotion of the day captured but equally important was capturing the locations. For me it was a dream job as everyone knows I love shooting landscapes and I love shooting weddings, so I got to photograph my two favourite things! I really do have a wonderful job. It was also worth the 3.30am start to get to Sorrento from Brisbane. I would do it again in a heartbeat.
Thank you Kate & Neil for letting me be a special part of your day, and for giving me the opportunity to capture the beauty of your wedding in this stunning location. Hope you like your “weddingscapes”.
After a year of travelling to 10 different countries and visiting nearly every state and territory in Australia, this perfect wedding wrapped up the wonderful and amazing year that was 2008.
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