Day 2 in Guildford focused on lifestyle for the middle aged couple.
We started at the “Rose & Crown” again with meal in front of the roaring fire, followed by a stroll through Stirling Square and tea at “Maddison Cottage Café” on James Street.
We then continued along James Street into one of the many Antique shops followed by an Art Gallery called “Stories on the Wall” and finished up with a casual stroll window shopping the many shops along James Street.
Finally we traveled to “The Hollies” Bed & Breakfast on Swan Street to get a shot of a couple booking in.
Couple dining by the fireside in the Rose & Crown
Couple strolling through Stirling Square
We have been commissioned by City of Swan to undertake a series of photo shoots over the coming year to expand & refresh their library of tourism related images.
We’re particularly excited about this opportunity as the Swan Valley is an area that I have very few images of in my Fine Art Collection so here’s hoping we can address this issue over the coming year.
Last week we started in the historic town of Guildford with Day 1 involving photos in the Rose & Crown Hotel, & Panache Living gift shop.
I have to say that whilst I have always liked Guildford I have never really though of it as a place to visit, however, once you get to know the place there is much about this historic town that is unique and well worth the visit.
Here are some of the photos from Day 1:
Young couple checking in to the Rose and Crown Hotel
Young group having a social drink by the fireside in the Rose and Crown Hotel