A couple of weeks ago, my sister came to visit. Oh, the fun we had together! She lives 5 hours away, so when we get together, we play, play, play! After two days of intense shopping, we took our best look out to the streets of Weatherford. There we modeled our best poses and showed off our unique fashion. We even got honked at twice! And, we thinks, that it was the same car that circled back. Ha! We are pretty hot! Here are some images that I took of her. Love my little sister!
The image where we got honked at. And no wonder!
I was privileged to be chosen to photograph Ann and Carl’s wedding this past May. They are one of the sweetest couples I have met, and are full of happiness. She was one of the most calm brides I have worked with. Her oldest sister did a wonderful job on her hair and make-up, making her into the perfect blushing bride. The flowers were beautiful, the church was simplicity decorated and everything looked top notch. They married at Hillcrest Baptist Church, in Cedar Hill, Texas. In front of their friends and family, they said their own vows they wrote to each other, and pledged the rest of their lives to each other.
The day went with out a hitch, it was a short and simple affair, yet oh so elegant. Ann and Carl chose to see each other before the ceremony, which make things go so much smoother. They were more relaxed and were able to enjoy their day. After all, it is their day. We got so many wonderful memories captured for them, that they will treasure for years to come.
Thank you Ann and Carl for letting us be a part of your special day! May God Bless your marriage for years to come!
This is my flower in my back yard. I am very excited that it is blooming and growing as well as it is. I really love how this came out. I might have to hang this up somewhere in the house.
I have had this idea in my head for a while. The first attempt did not come out as I had hoped. I used my 6 year old as my model and she was a little scared about levitating. I really needed another pair of hands for this. It would have made things a little bit easier. Oh well. I am just glad that I got it out of my head! It is not perfect, but that is okay. It is suppose to represent how easily technology can takeover your life. I found this abandoned house, and thought it would be perfect to represent how people neglect the things that matter for the latest technology and to stay “connected.” My lovely sister is modeling. I may still post the first image of my daughter just because.