Shauna and Carwyn’s Parys mountain engagement photography session was long overdue. To be honest, so is their wedding. Like pretty much every wedding in 2020 their wedding at Tre Ysgawen Hall has been postponed until next year, and what a year it’s looking like. Off the scale parties and family reunions will be even more important!!
I met up with these two smashers on Parys mountain a couple of weeks ago. It was my first time there too. Considering I’ve been photographing weddings and engagements on Anglesey for 15+ years I hadn’t even heard of Parys mountain.
It has quite some history, being an 18th century copper mine, and now a spectacular visitor attraction.
We spent an hour wandering around this spectacular place catching up on their wedding plans and creating some relaxed and intimate engagement portraits. Once we had finished we were joined by Shauna and Carwyn’s son, Noah for a few minutes. It was lovely creating some family portraits for them.
What now then, we love your Parys mountain engagement photography?
Here are a few of Shauna and Carwyn’s Parys mountain engagement session images. I hope you like them.
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