On a day when the sun was low, the fog lay on the fields around my house like big soft pillows of clouds that had come down to hug the trees, bushes and sleeping sheep. It’s not what you’d expect, but it was perfect for a Farnham Castle Misty Early Morning engagement shoot!
Farnham Castle Misty Early Morning engagement shoot
Jen and Andy and I wanted to explore the grounds around Farnham Castle‘s Bishop’s Palace and see where we’ll go for their wedding couple shots in a few months.
Since it was really early in the morning, we were the first visitors there and we could clearly see our footsteps in the misty early morning dew drenched grass. It was wet and beautiful in the way that it was perfectly untouched.
Although it was a really misty early morning engagement shoot, thankfully it wasn’t actually cold, so even though our feet got a little wet we were able to walk the length of the Bishop’s Palace and to the Keep and get some beautiful shots all around the grounds. Then the sun came out and burned off the mist and the dew and made way for a wonderfully sunny and warm day. Our feet dried and the sun flares looked amazing in the sky!
The views over Farnham from the Great Lawn were clear and gorgeous and will look fab at Jen and Andy’s spring wedding.
Jen will be getting ready with her bridesmaids at the Gatehouse and their ceremony will take place in the sun lit Lantern Hall. The windows throw glorious light and shadows on the room and will make Jen’s entrance down the aisle look sun-drenched and distinctly different to so many other wedding venues.
I’m already excitedly planning their couple shots and where I’ll take them around Farnham Castle’s amazing grounds! This Farnham Castle Misty Early Morning engagement shoot was just a taster and the only thing I can say is watch this space!