Brecon Beacons Pre-Wedding Shoot

brecon beacons pre wedding shoot

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When Brecon Beacons is your back garden, naturally you have to have your pre-wedding shoot there, and thats exactly what Tina & Jason did. I’ve never visited Brecon Beacons, a mountain range in South Wales, but had heard of it because I knew Top Gear do a lot of filming at this location. And it’s easy to understand why, Brecon Beacons is just naturally stunning, everywhere you look there are amazing views, and landscapes to gaze at.

We started shooting super early in the morning, waiting for an epic sunrise, but naturally this is the UK, and well the clouds rolled over, and it didn’t happen, but it was still beautiful at the top of the hills, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. After shooting different locations in the morning, we went for a good hearty breakfast, which was needed, and to re-fuel before we went on to Henrhyd Falls, for the second part of the pre-wedding shoot.

Henrhyd Falls, the highest in Wales, was also the location where they filmed the entrance to the Bat Cave in Dark Knight Rises. The trail down to the falls, was really slippery and muddy, but once you reached the spectacular waterfall, you realise it was well worth it.

I had an awesome time spending the day with Jason and Tina, getting to know them better along with driving and wandering around Brecon Beacons. I can’t wait for their wedding in a few weeks at The Celtic Manor Resort, Wales, I know it’s gonna be an awesome day!

Here are a few of my favourite images from our pre-wedding shoot in Brecon Beacons.

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