I’ve probably not checked the weather forecast so much as I have for the French wedding photography of Katie and James. Not for their wedding, you understand, it was gloriously clear blues skies in Mont de Marrast, the Midi Pyrenees region of France. No I was checking the weather back in the UK and feeling a twinge of guilt that all my fellow wedding photographers were once again struggling with the possibility of a grey, wet day ahead of them. Okay, a twinge of guilt might not be totally accurate. Quietly smug might be closer to the mark. But I was very happy for Katie and James as the weather had been looking more English at the beginning of the week than French. All came good on the day though and it was a fantastic French wedding with wonderful English eccentricities through out. Here’s one of my favourite images from the day – I did suggest running a book on seeing who would go in the pool first. There were no takers by midnight so I would have lost out there!