The most perfect of afternoons spent at Anchorage House & Cottages in Hubbards, Nova Scotia. The prime example of what you can enjoy when things are kept simple and at a minimum. It doesn’t get better than this.Read More
The rain. My god.
Even though the year was young I'd decided that 2015 was going to be a wacky in regards to weather. After a never ending winter, Halifax transitioned into an overcast and rainy spring.
The 6th of June started with grey skies and a steady downpour. It didn't let up and the hourly forecast was erratic at best. Plans for an outdoor wedding were quickly abandoned and arrangements were made to hold the ceremony indoors at the Hubbards Barn. As a wedding photographer you have to roll with the punches, no matter how hard they may be. That said it's still difficult to ignore the growing knot in your stomach and to not flip the clouds a bird and question why an additional 30 millimeters of rain is needed when the monthly rainfall amount has been surpassed in less than a week.Read More
Halifax wedding photographers have it lucky. Halifax itself is home to a solid set of venues, but one doesn't have to travel far from town to find the same quality, charm and character. Located to the west of Halifax and situated on the shores of St. Margarets Bay is the small community of Hubbards and the home of Hubbards Beach and Hubbards Barn. The barn itself is a simple structure, the site of both a farmers market and community park in the summer months. Exposed beams and solid wood floors make for a cozy atmosphere on even the coldest of days and large sliding doors allow guests to easily transition from the dance floor to starlight. Anne & James chose to wed underneath an arbour on the shores of Hubbards Beach before dancing and singing the night away at the barn. These two are gifted musicians and from strings to stomping feet their craft was front and center throughout the wedding day.Read More