Saturday Snapshots #158

WeddingRings © J Horak-Druiff 2013


For keeps – Tattershall Castle, August 2011 

As many of you already know, I was the photographer at a wedding in Lincolnshire last weekend.  Here are some of my favourite shots from the day. If you like them and need a wedding photographer, do get in touch with me.









Saturday Snapshots is a series of non-food photographs published every Saturday on CookSister.  Previously featured photographs can be viewed on the Saturday Snapshots archive pages. Photos featured in Saturday Snapshots are available to buy as high-quality greeting cards or prints in my RedBubble store, or even as high-quality A3-size calendarsIf you want a custom calendar with your own selection of photos, starting with any month (not only January), please e-mail me and we can discuss your requirements.  They make great gifts, for friends, family or for yourself.

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  1. says

    They are gorgeous Jeanne. You certainly have a great eye for capturing love – be it with people or food. The contrast of the red and white is fab.
    Hope you are well and enjoying the onset of autumn.

  2. says

    Oh, these are so beautiful! The way you shot the red against the brown is so romantic. Just beautiful! Makes me want to get married all over again 😉

  3. Clare says

    Dear Jeanne,
    Paul and I cannot thank you enough!! The pictures are so beautiful, just as I was starting to say to myself ‘Oh no, I forgot to ask Jeanne to take that photo or this photo’ and I look here and you took those photos! To anyone looking for a photographer for their wedding pick Jeanne!
    Clare and Paul xxxx

  4. says

    He… I entered a comment on my phone but it seems to have disappeared.. :( Anyway; I think you did a brilliant job, especially considering the weather which can be a real let down. Beautiful, atmospheric shots.. Well done Jeanne!