Portraits in a Hidden London Garden

I spent almost all of April this year travelling around England and Scotland with my wonderful husband, and of course, taking LOTS of photos. Before we left for our trip, I had researched to try and discover some lesser-known photography locations where we could take some portraits of ourselves together. I stumbled upon this hidden little treasure, located right in the middle of central London, only metres from the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and London Bridge. St Dunstan-in-the-East was a church that was destroyed during WWII, and the ruins were subsequently converted into a public garden. We decided that this would be a great spot to get a little dressed up and take photos of each other.

My wonderful husband, Jack.

A few photos that Jack took of me!

Don’t those vines creeping through the old gothic-style windows look amazing?

I think we’re definitely getting the hang of those self-timer photos!

The inside-outside look to all of the walls just adds to the magic of this amazing little spot!

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