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Family Portrait Photography Lancashire

Fun portraits in the park with the Bridgewood Family

It’s not often you get chance to spend quality time with your close friends, especially when they have four girls to look after! It was a perfect sunny day at Burrs Country Park in Lancashire, an ideal place for some natural portraits with the Bridgewood family. The park use to be part of the Burr and Higher Woodhill cotton mills with some of the mill remains still standing. It’s such a brilliant place for families, those with dogs and is also a popular spot for bird watchers. The girls seemed really excited for the session and loved exploring the park.

Family portrait Photography Lancashire

After walking around the ruins of the Mill, we walked over the bridge to a pond to feed the ducks. It was great to take photos of them all together around the pond and we loved that Mum had picked out matching dresses for them all. The girls picked flowers, found feathers, jumped through puddles and got very excited by the steam train passing through the park. As the clouds began to gather we headed back to their home in Bury for more portraits. The girls immediately dived in the back yard to play on the swing and in the wendy house. We even headed to the mini supermarket and bought a slice of pizza! I loved how energetic they were, with the youngest showing me her favourite song ‘Ten Little Indians’ on the piano and the eldest introducing me to her amazing princess castle. After the shoot, we drove away just as the heavens opened with torrential rain and a thunder storm. We couldn’t believe how lucky we were to miss the rain!

If you’re interested in booking your own family portrait session in Lancashire or the surrounding areas, do get in touch! 🙂