Family portrait in Sulham Woods, Berkshire

Last week I introduced you to Kate and Nick who are getting married in March.  Between them they have four boys aged between 8 and 14 (poor Kate – all that testosterone!) and naturally they are to be a very important part of their big day next year.  So we decided to meet up for a family shoot in Sulham Woods, a familiar haunt for all the family.  After some acrobatics and posing inside a rather splendid (and completely silly) Victorian folly we headed up into the woods for some tree climbing.  The boys were excited to find and explore a World War II pill box from which I declared acorn war.  Naturally I had to remain neutral to protect my camera equipment 😉 but I hope there were not too many bruises the next day.

We had loads of fun taking these pictures, I hope you get some sense of that when you look at them.  Don’t forget to leave a comment and tell me your favourite image:)

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