30 Apr Bec & Luke | Windy Point Restaurant Wedding
Bec and the girls were staying in one wing at The Adina Treasury on Franklin Street in the city and Luke and his mates did the same but at the other end of the building. The Treasury is a great hotel with plenty of history and all sorts of nooks and crannies for photos. It is also home to some funky old tunnels, that wind their way under the building. History suggests that they were most used in the 1960’s by cartographers and surveyors who worked for the lands department making and printing some of the best maps in the world…not sure why they did it here though..? There’s some interesting history here about it all.
Our photo time between the ceremony and reception was fairly brief, so we made the most of the time around the grounds of Sacred Heart, which has a great blend of old and new architecture, and we loaded up the jags and headed straight to Windy Point, just in time for the beautiful sunset.
If you grew up in Adelaide, there’s a good chance you’ve spent some time in the Windy Point Lookout car park, either taking in the city’s twinkly lights, or steaming up the back windows of your first car. But, if you have never been to Windy Point Restaurant and you live in Adelaide, then you should go sometime, not so much to make out in a car, but to taste the food…there’s always after dinner for those other antics. The food and wine is truly superb and the restaurant has one of the best views going with a view spanning the entire metropolitan coastline from Brighton to Port Adelaide.
Rebecca and Luke were great to work with. Luke is a typical fella, not such a big fan of having his picture taken. He did great though I think. Bec, well, she’s beautiful and photogenic and a natural in front of the lens. I love that she didn’t take herself seriously and was the first to have a laugh. Here are some of my favourites from their awesome wedding day.
This short film was also captured on the day by Moving Presentation, who came down from Sydney for the day..noice.