You'll have to humor me. This post doesn't have a specific flow, all the photos are only glimpses. The artsy part of my brain sighs happily and is glad to have an outlet, a place to record the bits & pieces that catch my eye.
Often, there isn't but a fraction of a moment to change my settings. I don't get to set up the scene and try several times to get it just right. But isn't that life? All we have is this moment, so let's savor it :)
^If Grandmother wants a photo, she gets all the time in the world.
This is one of the photos I was hoooooping would turn out, and.it.did. Such a special moment to see the bride & her family watching the groom dance with his mother.
People, nature, food, architecture & the occasional vintage vehicle = what my portfolio is made of.
If you are An Exceptionally Fine bridal party, you just might get to see proof, right then and there, on-the-spot...
The waiter with the cupcakes was very persuasive. I turned him down a couple times...then felt guilty and took a few when he wasn't looking... #truestory Next time I'll give in sooner.
The 1850's Settlement is a quaint, down-home, venue. At sunset it's especially delightful :)
One final photo to close out this post. Internet world, meet my friend, the godfather (elderly man above). He and I formed a bond while talking about technology during the family portraits, and if he ever finds a wife, Laura and I will be hired to photograph his wedding, so we're looking forward to that event.
Merci for coming along on my memory lane :) More posts coming up!