Sedlec Ossuary. Kutna Hora, in the Czech Republic. August 2016

This is another one of those sites that I have wanted to visit for a long time. So it would have been very rude not to have made this photo stop number one en route to slovakia. A mega tourist spot that meant you had to squeeze in and try and take pictures made it very fun to try and get some photos.

After here we headed across the road to the little cafe where we managed to score food for 3 people 2 rounds of drinks a extra milk shake and a extra coffee for under 20 notes so all in it was a great stop.

This is what the website has to say about the location and you can click here for more info

The Sedlec Ossuary also known as the Church of Bones is one of the most unusual chapels you will ever see.

If you think that you saw everything in your life, think again!

The Sedlec Ossuary is nothing spectacular in the outside. It is a small chapel located in Sedlec, in the suburbs of Kutna Hora, in the Czech Republic. You would think that it is just an average old medieval gothic church.

As you enter the Sedlec Ossuary though, you will soon realize why it is one of the most amazing and unique churches in the world.The Sedlec Ossuary is artistically decorated by more than 40.000 human skeletons.

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RC Wedding

It was great to be asked to be the photographer at a wedding that was due to take place at the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Norwich. It was the start of the 2015 wedding season for me, so also very very exciting. The bride and groom were traveling to Norfolk on a few days before the wedding from Australia and it would also be the first time I had met them, although we had discussed a lot of things via email.. The service was a dream, and with beams of light pooling in through some of the windows, it was perfect for when we shot the Bride and groom after the service.

Once we had finished all our shots it was time to head over to Dunston Hall for the part of the day that most people seemed to be looking forward too, the impression I got was that it had been a long time overdue for a good family and friends catch up.

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