After an amazing wedding in Ciudad Real, Celia and Stu decided to have a post-wedding photo shoot. They chose a gorgeous setting located in Campo de Criptana which is the home of the legendary knight Don  Quixote.

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Upon arrival, we explored the beautiful and historical village with a stunning view of the horizon. As the sun descended in the sky we were able to capture some remarkable shots with surroundings of artistic murals and grand windmills. However what amazed me most was a view from the top of a stairway in the middle of Campo de Criptana. Our golden hour was approaching so we moved to our main stage, a hill-top full of old and elegant windmills. Celia and Stu impressed me with their ability to naturally pose and represent the feeling between them and blossoming new marriage. While I was observing them I could feel how comfortable they were in front of my camera. The photo shoot went so smoothly I did not have to give them any directions or cues. We had to conclude the shoot as clouds began to cover the beautiful Spanish sun. While departing and my destination wedding in Spain was coming to an end, I for one last shot. Celia spotted the sun had briefly reappeared creating a stunning scarlet sky. We took advantage of the sun and finished with one last silhouette portrait of the bride and groom.

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