A little bit sunburnt on the Saturday, a little bit wet on the Monday, isn’t that how British bank holidays usually go…?
Photographing Greenbelt Festival each August bank holiday is one of the highlights of our year, and this year’s festival was no different, four days of being out and about with our cameras, pushing our creativity and experiencing a truly fabulous festival!
The new site at Boughton House near Kettering was simply spectacular, rolling green fields, lakes shimmering in the sun, lawns and woodlands all in the grounds of a stately home.
Three days of deep blue skies and glorious sunshine, one day of big grey clouds, torrential rain and mud, we had it all… We had a blast!
Here are a few of our favourite shots from the weekend:
Thrilling acrobatics combining circus with theatre by Square Peg Circus
Jammere Douglas from the X-Factor performs on MainStage
The grounds of Boughton House are beautiful, made even more so by the gorgeous blue sky!
Dizraeli and the Small Gods; mixing hiphop beats, ancient folk, classical and jazz!
I didn’t know which way to turn, rainbow to the right, sunset to the left…
Ending the night around the campfire!
If you’re interested in finding out more about Greenbelt Arts Festival, check out their website here!