Here’s a little teaser from the wedding that we recently did in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. I think it’s awfully clever when couples having an outdoor wedding choose to put their ceremony program on a fan. This is foremost on my mind right now because it’s currently 106˚ in Austin, Texas. Oh my goodness. We are all melting. Fans are certainly coming in handy right about now. Fans and iced tea. And swimming pools. And shade. And air conditioning.
You get the picture.
We’re just now getting through this massive wedding. Stay tuned, it’s full of some great images!
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Now run along and get pretty….
The previous posts from this wedding were Holga photos and didn’t give justice to the beautiful bright colors. So, here you go….
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We do a lot of moseying here in Austin, Texas…
This is a photo of the mother of the bride having a laugh as her daughter, Kim, gets ready to put on her wedding dress. Every time I look at this photo it makes me smile.
I hope you find many smiles today,
This is really cool:
The Disposable Memory Project has left disposable cameras around the world. The idea is for people to pick them up, take some photos and then return them. On the website, they track the cameras and post the photos as the cameras are returned. I find this concept pretty fascinating. I wish there was one lying around Austin that I could find and shoot, but I kind of doubt it! Check out the site, let me know what you think.