Rosemary & Julian attend a chapel in Exeter where they were getting married in the early spring.
Unusually, they had two ministers perform the service, one being the local minister, the other from Cheltenham.
Following the ceremony which was in the centre of Exeter, we drove out to an old pub called the Fingle Bridge Inn, unsurprisingly located next to the Fingle Bridge.
About 400 meters from the bridge, I had discovered what seemed to be the remains of an ancient Mill, complete with broken down stone walls and various pieces of cast iron gears. This was my chosen spot for the couple-shoot I always like to do, away from the rest of the guests.
Rosemary & Julian simply loved this location. And it shows.