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Sally & Ben


























Sometimes a wedding photographer can create their own luck.  The beautiful sunet haze above was created by me putting down my camera, driving my car like a maniac off down the road & then back towards Sally & Ben, before sliding it to a stop around the corner to camera left, and then running back to where I’d put down the camera.   (I knew those rally driving skills would pay off some day.)  ;)

One of the many things that added vintage charm, was a typewriter theme. The invitations, and information signage, was all typed (or were enlargements of typed messages).

Guests used a typewriter to create messages for the guest book.





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  • ddeanna iceton nee mcdonald - I lived in glen davis inthe fortys and fifties i went there as a 10 week old baby in march 1940 being born xmas day 1939 in mudgee my father was a miner in the valley. What a lovely wedding and the scenery was fabulous. Many memories stirred for me. deanna

  • Linzi Aland - Hello,
    We are getting married on the 13th Sept 2014 in Dubbo and we’re wondering if you are available on that date. We would also love a rough idea of the cost for the day.

    Thank you,
    Linzi and Paul

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