I’ve taken advantage of the recent sunny weather and took my beautiful God daughter Gemma to have some fun, giggle and capture the true essence of her personality. Gemma is a lively and energetic teenager with a real passion for life. Her flexibility is something I could only ever wish for!
Part of Liverpool’s Word Heritage Site and classed as one of the finest neo-classical building in the world, St George’s Hall is one of the most iconic buildings in the city. I love the rumour that the gardens were to form an impressive frontage to St Georges Hall and that the Hall was actually built the wrong way round – I can see how that may have been the case!
We had fun exploring! Gemma loved the flexibility of running around letting off steam and even jumping up on a lampost! The impressive statues in the garden provided a great place to stretch those legs. We had a giggle as passers by stopped to watch us! There was also time to reflect and enjoy the amazing scenery. Gemma’s confidence and attitude to life really shows through the photos.
I know that Gemma and Mum loved the time we spent together but more importantly the photographs captured. Mum had no reason to worry about behaviour – we had a great time and I have lots of patience! Gemma now has some great images to display proudly on her social media streams and Mum is having trouble narrowing down which ones to frame!
PS – If you have never visited St Georges Hall, it is a definite must! We will be taking Joseph at Christmas for the famous Santa’s Magical Grotto (£8 for two adults and one child) which this year will be transformed into Narnia!