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A Sefton Park engagement shoot – Spring, Spring, Spring…

Every field wears a bonnet with some spring daisies on it, even birds of a feather show their clothes off together. Sun’s gettin’ shinery, to spotlight the finery, Spring, Spring, Spring.

We recently had the pleasure of photographing Lauren and Chris at Sefton Park on the last of the early sunny days before the weather turned decidely wintry again-hey ho-bound to happen before the bank Holiday! It was a day of waterfalls, daffodils, parosols and rainbows. Would love to have your thoughts.

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Cuddles and giggles by the waterfall

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Sigh… remember the sun?

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The fabulous Palm House and gorgeous blue sky

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I can sing a rainbow……

I can sing a rainbow……

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Just chillin amongst the daffodils

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We had a lovely time and we hope you like the images above. if you would like to create your own magical memories with us please get in touch…..

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Nienke - April 11, 2012 - 4:23 pm

Love the one with the daffodils! :)

Tony - April 12, 2012 - 8:47 am

Great post, love the colours and the location – I second the daffodils – my favourite shot!

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