Archive | July, 2009

One of the Hottest Days of the Year

This lovely family was visiting from Kentucky. The mom had contacted me about working a portrait session into their vaction. Originally from here, she said she wanted the train tracks and something desert-y. After seeing some of her photos of Kentucky, I thought “Of course! There is no way Nevada’s struggling-to-stay-alive-green grass can compare to the lush, vibrant beauty that is Kentucky.” So we started out at the tracks…

…and quickly discovered how unbelievably hot it was, and changed our plans…

Upon arriving in Old Town BC, we noticed a large amount of other photographers walking around. I had to ask. It was the “Worldwide Photowalk.” Wow, how’d I miss that? OK, so it’s only the second annual, and I was out taking pictures so I guess I participated.

Isn’t she a dollface? I think the ponytail really adds to me thinking she looks just like a perfect little ballerina.

I love this one of Dad & Daughter. There is a lovely little series of shots of this moment, but this is my favorite. Precious.


Looking For Something Different?

For those of you who haven’t seen this yet, enjoy.

Oh, my favorite are the first two bridesmaids.


I have not ever witnessed a wedding march quite so lively (especially in a church!!)

Imagine the possibilities awaiting you for your walk down the aisle, your grand entrance into the reception, and let’s not forget your first dance.

Yesterday’s wedding party walked (no, not danced) down the aisle to the following song.

When I very first heard this song, I #1. Loved it, of course, and #2. Knew that it was going to be the new “our song” for all the cute little couples out there. And why not? It’s a great love-y song. I’d sing it to my husband.


What is your “song”?