Yesterday, I shot photos at the wedding of a darlin’ young woman who attends church with me. It was so much fun! I took pictures at the beauty shop where the ladies got their hair done, we did a wedding party shoot at a home that has the most incredible yard you’ve ever seen and I snapped, snapped, snapped pictures at the wedding and reception while they danced ‘til the cows came home. It was a wonderful opportunity, and I’m most grateful for their faith in my abilities. I am extremely flattered they asked me to do it. I will have plenty of photos to share as soon as I get a chance to edit the pictures and soak my feet. In the meantime, let me share some pictures from the bridal shoot we did a few weeks ago.
I couldn’t show them before now because we kept them under wraps until the wedding day. We couldn’t take a chance on the groom catching a glimpse of the bride in her gown before the big day. She wanted to do the shoot in an older home on one of the city’s most historic streets, so I called up a buddy of mine and said, “Hey Dale, can we take over your beautiful home on a sunny afternoon?” And being the always generous person he is, he said to pack up and come on over. So we did. It’s a fantastic house with Victorian sofas and antique furniture and things like pocket doors and a sleeping porch. And a stunning wooden antique baby grand piano in the parlor. (We shall not talk about the scary moment when I backed into the antique grandfather clock and thought for a split moment I had really screwed up.) We ended up spending FOUR hours there because Hula simply could not stop taking pictures. Every corner of that house was a backdrop. And the big swing across the street wasn’t bad either. We had a large time, and I came away with 118 EDITED photos. 118! I put several of them in a hardbound Shutterfly book that should arrive any day now. Here are just a few of my favorites.
Grey winters day - I was feeling inspired by the snowstorm we had yesterday so I thought I'd go for a drive and take a few pictures. All images were taken in Seabrook, NH o...
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