Abbey Wood and Brick Lane Engagement shoot inspiration

I am always on the look out for new and exciting venues to use as a back drop for engagement shoots. Here are some favourites from the couple of my favourite locations for street art.

Abbey Wood is in zone 4 South London, and is part of the Crossrail renovations due to open in 2018. Not far from the station, on the nearest street for free street parking for those driving down from Thamesmead, there is an estate. Dulux donated paint for murals to cheer up the estate.

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Brick Lane as you know is in East London, and as well as being a home for curry houses, the best salt beef bagel, black and white photo booths, it is also a hub for street art.

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By | 2016-10-19T12:09:06+00:00 December 29th, 2014|Engagement Shoot, Rough Art|Comments Off on Abbey Wood and Brick Lane Engagement shoot inspiration

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