Bald Is Beautiful Photography

Nothing like A Fall Wedding!

Posted on Nov 8, 2011 in BIB Blog, Wedding Sessions | 5 comments

 

 

It’s been a while since I’ve submitted anything to I ♥ Faces and their challenges, and a month or so since I’ve sent a photo to Sweet Shot Tuesday over at Darcy’s place, but this week I could not resist!

This past weekend, I once again had the honor of taking some photos of my niece and nephew.  Now Tiff was all about having a “Trash The Dress” session, but I was kind of leery.  I mean come on, why in the world would anyone want to destroy a perfectly good, not to mention gorgeous wedding dress?  But hey, she’s the paying for things. . . right?

This is definitely not trashing the dress, but I simply could not resist posting this one pic.  I mean come on, this just sent my heart reeling!  Yeah, that’s right, I’m a guy who has emotions.  I get  emotionally attached, not only to my photos, but also my clients. Being able to capture these moments in time is what I live for!   The love that these 2 have for each other is simply as beautiful as this photo, am I am happy that I get to share not only with you, but also with them!

 

Now, if you stick around, or come back later this week, I promise you will see a “perfectly good wedding dress” rolling around in a muddy creek!  Until next time, make sure you check out the other entries of beautifulness over at I ♥ Faces and My 3 Boybarians!

  

 

Peace !

5 Comments

  1. Just amazing. Love the lighting, composition, just everything about this picture! Not sure I want to see next week’s.

    I’m with you on trashing the dress!!

  2. Lovely shot! My sister did a trash the dress…I could never do that!

  3. Wow ~ Sweet shot! love it ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy SST ^_^

  4. So beautiful! The dress, the trees, the young couple, all lovely. I agree with you, the dress is too elegant to trash. Oh, my!

  5. The colors in this picture are unreal — so beautiful. We used to take our family vacations in the fall to see the leaves change. That all changed once my kids started school. I miss it.

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