I first went to Exmouth on a road trip with a group of friends when I was about 21. It took us five days to get there, while dodging kangaroos and emus along the way, and frequently stopping for dives into the shimmering azure sea that always beckoned to us on the long straight road. But it's this remoteness that makes Exmouth so stunning. The scenery is untouched, rugged and raw. An ocean with water so clear, pure white sandy beaches with your footprints often the only ones in sight. I've seen turtles lay their eggs on the beaches here, I've swum with fish and discovered an under water world of brightly coloured corals and fish I didn't know existed. So when Ange and Pete flew me up to photograph their wedding at Exmouth I was really excited to be heading back and to photograph this gorgeous couple in the town they now call home. They treated their guests to a feast of unforgettable scenery with their ceremony held against a breathtaking backdrop of turquoise water and silky white sands at the aptly named Turquoise Bay, and then organised for them to be taken 60km by bus (just-round-the-corner distance in Exmouth), past incredible gorges and mountain ranges to their reception at the very stylish Novotel Ningaloo. I loved every minute of being there - thank you Ange and Pete!