Inspiration - Vintage Reflections Retro Portrait & Wedding Photography

By: Vintage Reflections  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Wedding Photography

One of my favourite places to people watch is the Wellington waterfront.

There is something about it on a good day when it’s humming with activity. It’s a place enjoyed and shared by the very young to the very old and young at heart. There are kids riding bikes and scooters, teenagers hanging out and laughing, couples walking dogs and I’ve even seen a grandad on a scooter.

When ever I wonder if Wellington is the place for me to be, I find a walk around the waterfront is all it takes for me to feel like this is home.

It’s such a magical place!

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