It’s been an interesting year and a year I’ve no doubt where we’ve learnt to appreciate the little things in life a little more. Like spending time with family. Toward the end of summer I had the pleasure of still being able to photograph larger family groups albeit socially distanced, and headed to do some Sandringham Country Park Family Photography.
If you haven’t visited the park, it’s nice and large and has some great facilities for a day out with toilets, car parking, gift shop and cafe/take away for food and drink. It also has some great mature woodland perfect for woodland and park family shoots, and providing plenty of room to socially distance with wide pathways and rides. Basically if you’re in North West North Norfolk, it’s worth a visit even if you’re not visiting Sandringham House itself to have a look at the Royal home there.
On this occasion I met up with a wonderful extended family who were staying together on the North Norfolk Coast. I always say I’m very lucky to have great clients and this was of course no exception, it really is a privilege to meet so many lovely families to photograph.
We had a wander through the woods, cousins played with cousins, uncles and aunts messed about with their nephews and nieces, grandad and grandma with the kids and their grand kids, and a family dog enjoyed a good walk. All in all a great time with as many photographs thrown in as I could manage, hopefully capturing not only the people but the time spent together and the relationships that are so important in this year.
Thanks again for reading and I hope you like a small selection of the photographs.