I got a chance to take pics at my good friends Paul & Lindsey's wedding last weekend. Maybe "chance" isn't the right word. Lindsey sent me a text day of the wedding and told me that I would be staying at the reception for the duration and I would have my camera in hand. Luckily her hired photographer was nice enough to let me shoot with her. Here a a few of my favs. I hope you like them Lindsey and good luck to the two of you crazy kids.
Brother of the groom Nate. But you can call him Six-two.
Lindsey & Paul
Father of the groom and local folk hero David P. Stewart. (Do not call him swamp monkey!)
It's okay. Hes a professional.
Matt can't even stop taking care of business for a wedding.
We'd come to a consensus . We would eat food. And we would eat it at The FireHouse yet again. After all, if you are going to eat a pile of carbs large enough to feed a small village of hunger pygmies for two hours; it may as well be a delicious pile of carbs.
My first shot is of the brothers Wiberg. (You can pronounce it wide-bird. Of course that's not the way it's pronounced but you can pronounce it that way if you like.) The focused one is Newb. And the one with a short attention span is Kurt.Shot two is also of our friends the Brothers Wiberg. (P.s. Ladies, they are single)
Matt was concerned, maybe overly so, about Nathans selection on the menu. After a few tears and lots of hugs they worked everything out and I'm glad to say that they are great friends to this day.
This looks like some type of food. Almost like bread. But in stick form.
Synchronized biting. Look for them in London 2012! (Our hopes and our hearts go with you Brothers Wiberg)
And there he is. Man of the hour. We were actually eating together because this is Paul last weekend before he and his gal-pal Linsey tie the knot. (That's code for marriage.) And lucky him he gets to sit right by my camera again.
This Sunday I trick my cousin Chase and his girlfriend Amber into standing in front of my camera for an hour or so. Lucky for me they are both fashion model good looking so it was easy. Thanks again for coming with me guys. Hope you like your pics.
Me and some friends found a big, boggy, stinky, half-pond mud hole today. And what do you do when you see a big, boggy, stink, half-pond mud hole? That's right class! You drive in it! I didn't have time to take any pics while we were there. (Sorry, I was in mud.) But I got a few of myself after.
Me and my trusty K100D.
Its even in my eyebrows. If you look close you can see it in my eye too. I'm so lucky.