Tower Bridge vacation portrait

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I just wanted to share this Tower Bridge vacation portrait with you. Normally at this time of year I’m busy doing London vacation photography sessions. I really enjoy taking photos of lovely families who have travelled to London for their holidays. And they choose to have this special trip recorded with a professional family photography session. But as this is no normal year, they are sadly not happening right now. I’ve no idea when they’ll resume, possibly not until next year. But when they do start up, I’ll be raring to go, camera in hand!

I really miss wandering around this amazing city that I’m lucky enough to live in. The families I photograph are from all over the world. And some of them are visiting London for the first time. It’s such an exciting time for them, spending quality time together and exploring the stunning sights London has to offer.

Relaxed London vacation photography sessions

These London vacation photography sessions can take place anywhere in London. Some families already know where they’d like their family photos taken. With others I’m really happy to recommend areas that work well. One of the most popular locations for these family photography sessions is around Tower Bridge. As London’s defining landmark it’s perfect to have in the background of your vacation portraits. And there are so many other fascinating areas around Tower Bridge that also make amazing backdrops to your images.

Tower Bridge Vacation Portrait

The Tower Bridge vacation portrait below was taken during a fun photoshoot with a lovely American family. The parents and their four boys stood and took in the amazing view of Tower Bridge across the River Thames. It really is one of my favourite views in London and one that I like to include in my Tower Bridge vacation photography sessions.

If you’d like to see more of my London Vacation Photography, please do take a look here London Vacation Photographer

Tower Bridge vacation portrait

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