This afternoon we had a little home-ed trip to Heeley City Farm in Sheffield.
It's a pretty small place, with about 3 million chickens, some pigs, goats, and other livestock.
There's a few reptiles and spiders too, but they were mostly hiding away.
There's a little cafe on site and a little play area for the kids. And a little petting zoo. And a little garden centre. And a little veg stall.
Like I said, it's a little place!
Alfie had some animal photography to do for one of his projects and Freddie Jay enjoyed looking at everything and going crazy in the playground.
Oh, and it's free entry! Pop in and have a nosey if you're passing by...
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A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of shooting the lovely wedding of Jane and Matt over in Stockport.
The day started with Bridal Prep at Jane's Mum's. As usual, a house full of women, a bit of booze and a strange fellow taking pictures of it all led to a good laugh being had by all. Well, after the initial disappointment that I wasn't a stripper!
After prep we zoomed to Flowery Field Church in Hyde, where I was quickly ushered to a little balcony in the far corner of the church and told to stay there. I felt a bit like a cross between Harry Potter and a peeping Tom as I spied on everyone from the little cupboard over the stairs!
Jane soon came down the aisle to join Matt at the front. Vows were said, songs were sung and kisses were kissed.
The happy couple walked back out into the sunshine as man and wife - and started chugging champers straight from the bottle! My kind of people!!!
Smiles and hugs were everywhere. We took some snaps and then headed on to the reception venue - Ashton Masonic Hall.
Magicians did shows, the kids ran riot, food was had, speeches were said, drinks were drunk, songs were sung, people danced, people laughed and people loved.
A proper awesome wedding day.
Thanks for having me guys - I had a blast.
Here are a few images from their day.
Thought I'd start this little blog to let people know what we get up to. Some personal stuff thrown in the mix too.